SOCIOLOGY OF DISABILITY
Sociology of Disability is an examination of the social construction of disability, including its historical and cross-cultural variations, institutional and organizational contexts, and interactional and emotional dimensions. Particular attention is given to the experience of living with various biomedical conditions and the ways in which the social status of disability is related to other forms of social inequality and difference.
Other Requirements: PREREQ: GENED 130, SPECED 201, 3 UNITS OF SOCIOLOGY OR CONSENT OF INSTRUCTOR
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