Aug 05, 2020  
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SO 150 - Introduction to Social Work: Human Behavior and the Social Environment


The human behavior and the social environment course focuses on conceptual frameworks and issues in human behavior and development.  A system in the environment or systems perspective is taken across the life span.  Special attention is given to person in environment, that is, to understanding individual behavior across the life span as a function of bio-psycho-social processes and the interactions between them.  The course provides substantial information on human diversity and populations at risk, including material on racial and ethnic groups, gender, and sexual orientation.  Implications for social work practice, and especially for relationship building, are drawn from the process.

Four credits



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