3322A/B - Diversity and Social Justice in Thanatology.
|Exploration of how access to resources, oppression, economic factors, culture, and ethnicity affects aspects of death, dying, and grief. Students will be encouraged to evaluate social influences, explore various aspects of cultural competence, and develop an appreciation of diversity in the context of Thanatology-related themes.|
|Lecture Hours||3 Hours||Tutorial Hours: Hours|
|Lab Hours||0 Hours|
|Last Updated: 2012-07-24 - 02:50:44|