SWP 907 Inequality, Oppression and Health

The history of a people, cultural background and the social environment in which people grow, live, work and play have a powerful influence on health. These historic and societal factors determine why some people are healthy and others become ill. This course will enable students to understand and explain how inequality and oppression impact health. Strategies to address these health determinants across a diversity of health contexts will be explored. Lect: 3 hrs. Prerequisites: (SWP 302, SWP 331, SWP 335, SWP 341, SWP 402 and SWP 435) or Direct Entry Course Weight: 1.00 Billing Units: 1




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