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Fall 2019
Sep 18, 2019
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FMLY 1012 - Introduction to Social Development
This course is an introduction to Social Development with a particular emphasis on families and communities. Social development is concerned with the advancement of the common good, the effective management of social problems, the meeting of human needs, and the equitable distribution of society's resources. As such, this course explores the social factors and conditions that promote or hinder social development and how this affects the well-being of individual, families, and communities in contemporary societies. Not to be held with FMLY 1900
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3.0 Credit hours

Medicine

Community Health Sciences Department

Course Attributes:
Family Social Sciences

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