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Fall 2019
Jul 05, 2020
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FMLY 2012 - Development, Conflict, and Displacement
The course is an introduction to development, conflict, and displacement as they affect individuals, families and communities. Specifically, this course examines the current phenomenon of induced displacement due to social conflicts, natural disasters, or uneven development in developing countries. Students will examine concepts and issues arising from induced displacement and explore community based responses to this problem. Not be held with FMLY 2900. Prerequisite: FMLY 1012 or consent of the instructor.

3.0 Credit hours


Community Health Sciences Department

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