REC 307 - Disabilities in Society

Exploration of the range of human experiences of individuals with disabilities and the associated attitudes which shaped historic treatment leading to reforms, advocacy techniques useful in arranging services for people with disabilities. The interrelationships of societal institutions, methods to exert control, the responses of societies to these issues current best practices, and the forecasting of future trends and issues. Emphasis on inclusion, integration, and community membership are explored.

Special Information: Community-based service learning and observation are required.

3 credit(s).

Last Term Offered: Fall 2016