NWLF-2006EL – Native Social Work Issues

The course draws together perspectives introduced in NWLF 1006/1007. The past and present circumstances of Native communities in Canada are studied. Particular consideration is given to the analysis of the social consequences that have resulted from a long legacy of outside intervention in the self-determining powers of Native collectives. This analysis is presented with a view towards creative restructuring of social service institutions along lines consistent with the objective of Native self-government. (lec 3) cr 3.




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