Disability: Politics and Practice
Whole Year 2012
- Not Offered
This course provides students with the opportunity to examine paradigm shifts in the construction of disability. Historical and current human service responses to disability are explored. Issues incorporated into the course include those associated with attitudes to disability, identity and culture, family factors, assessment, care giving, sexuality, violence, equity and discrimination, conntmeporary policy development and disability services.
Subject to approval of the Head of School.