Course Detail for SW-965-01
|SW-965-01||Human Sexuality: Issues for So (3 )||
||Gigler, Christina Car|
Instruction Type: Online Traditional
An overview of the theoretical perspectives on the development process of human sexuality. The course covers the biological, psychological, and sociological aspect of sexual development across the life span including contemporary issues and their implications for social work practice, policy, and research. Particular attention is given to the wide range of beliefs and behaviors related to sexuality. Issues of discrimination and oppression are addressed as they apply to various groups (e,g, gays, lesbians, bisexuals, women, elderly, disabled, etc.) Social work and related literature is examined to assess the ways in which we develop knowledge of human sexuality and the limitations of research regarding sexual issues. Ethical dilemmas related to human sexuality are considered throughout the course.
Restricted to MSW students only.
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