SOCI 2353 - Community Development with the Rural Elderly (3)

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The identification of effective community development strategies for working with and for older persons and their families. Four main population groups are studied: the independent elderly, the dependent (institutionalized) elderly, those from non-English speaking cultures, and older women. Emphasis is placed on the differences between rural and urban communities. Social policy programmes are examined in terms of their impact on community development.

Prerequisites: 6h from Soci 1006, 1106 or 6 hours from 1013/1023/1033/1113 or equivalent unless otherwise noted. 2353 is open to those registered in the Health Sciences Option without the usual prerequisites.

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N1 Online Jeanette Auger Open Entry Syllabus


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