SO 327 Sociology Mental Health Illness
F1EE 2012 MOH
Patterson, Howard A.
Senior Adjunct Instructor
MSW, Master of Social Work/GA. Licensed Clinical Social WorkerMS, Master of PsychologyMS, Master of Sociology
Park U. Admin Office
30 minutes before and after class
5:00 - 8:00 PM
Textbook: Gallagher, B.J.,III. The Sociology of Mental Illness (5th ed.), Sloan Publishing, 2012. ISBN:978-1-59738-029-4
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Educational Philosophy: I believe in self learning and engagement with the material under consideration. Learning will be attained through lecture, discussion, and reading required chapters. In class participation in discussion of current topics and issues in mental illness is essential to the learning process.
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Last Updated:6/27/2012 10:19:58 AM