In recent years social policy has been rediscovered as a key component of urban governance. This course examines the last half-century of evolving approaches to social policy and urban inequality, with particular emphasis on the Canadian urban experience. Major issues examined are poverty, social exclusion, labour market changes, housing, immigration and settlement.
At least 1.5 credits at the B-level in ONE of the following: City Studies or Human Geography or Political Science or Sociology
CITC10H3 if taken in the 2011 Winter session
Social and Behavioural Sciences