FSOS 4108: Understanding and Working with Immigrants and Refugee Families

3 CreditsRace, Power, and Justice in the United StatesSocial Sciences

This course focuses on the impact of “immigration” (i.e., refugee vs. various types of immigration statuses) on family relationships, specifically how culture of origin and acculturation processes influence individuals and families over time; explores issues faced by various immigrant family systems, including a consideration of generational status, gender identities, social classes, and ethnic/racial group identities; develops intercultural interaction skills that prepare students to effectively engage with diverse immigrant families in multiple contexts; and builds practical skills that enhance students’ abilities to work in and collaborate with community-and faith-based organizations to strengthen cultural resources while overcoming barriers to increase service utilization.

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B+ Average (3.460)Most Common: A (45%)

This total also includes data from semesters with unknown instructors.

374 students
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