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PAF 9141 Community Development: History, Present, and Future
3.0 Hours; 3.0 Credits

Community development is an approach to addressing poverty and its related social problems, such as poor-quality housing, unemployment, lack of education, and crime. Students will examine the complex economic, political, and social context that gave rise to the idea of community development, and then follow the successes and challenges in the field over its nearly fifty-year history.

Prerequisite: None