POLD59H3: Politics of Disability

An in-depth analysis of the place and rights of disabled persons in contemporary society. Course topics include historic, contemporary, and religious perspectives on persons with disabilities; the political organization of persons with disabilities; media presentation of persons with disabilities; and the role of legislatures and courts in the provision of rights of labour force equality and social service accessibility for persons with disabilities.
Area of Focus: Canadian Government and Politics

8.0 credits, of which at least 1.5 credits must be at the C- or D-level
Social and Behavioural Sciences