Students will explore and critically analyze socio-historical Canadian policies and legislation; and the implications for Aboriginal people today. Students will examine policy development with an emphasis on "who" the policy makers are and who policies serve. Students will analyze and critique how, and if existing policies could be effective for Aboriginal people. This course explores the socio-historical, economic, ideological & institutional contexts for the development of social policy in Canada. The policy-making process as well as the role of social policy in processes of inclusion, exclusion, marginalization, and oppression, will be discussed. The critical analysis of selected social policies will be emphasized. 2019/09/09-2019/12/16 Lecture Monday 09:00AM - 12:00PM, 4155 Belshaw, Room U033