Crossing the housing and care divide

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Using a social problem/policy model, the course explores definitions, correlates, causes, and consequences of urban poverty. The voices of the children illuminate the underlying strengths and vulnerabilities. Must be taken concurrently with R SSW 406. Prerequisite(s): grade of C or higher in R SSW 401, 405Z and 408; grade of S in R SSW 400 and by permission of instructor. It disintegrates communities by moving "unwanted" people away, in order to revitalize a city’s economy.

Pages: 48

Publisher: Policy Press (January 31, 2001)

ISBN: 1861343167

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