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Credit hours: 3
Examines disability in a global context through political, legal, and societal responses to people with disabilities. Analyzes the global disability experience through social and behavioral science perspectives, including diversity, bioethical and human rights conceptualizations/constructs of disability. Assesses how the growing political, economic, and social gaps that exist between the global north and south impact people with disabilities. Offered by Graduate School of Education. Limited to three attempts.
This course is not offered this semester.
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