May 20, 2024  
2023-2024 Graduate Catalog 
    
2023-2024 Graduate Catalog
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SOSC 7379 - Ethics and Human Rights


Credits: 3

Portrays the intersection of ethics and human rights as a balance point for the creation and continuation of just and healthy relationships. Specifically, the five types of relationships are explored: relationships with self, community, other, place, and career. Special emphasis is placed on the cultural perspectives of historically oppressed groups across the globe. Irrespective of the students’ vocational paths, this course challenges them to recognize their inherited ethical biases in order to become more personally aware, contextually sensitive, and socially critical in the pursuit of human rights. May be applied to the following curricular field concentrations: humanities, human rights and social justice, global studies, gender studies, and organizational dynamics.



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