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HSVP 302 Advocacy in Violence Prevention

This course is designed to build skills in the practice of advocacy for those who work with issues of violence and who work across systems such as the police, courts, child welfare, and families. The course will cover individual, community, and systems advocacy, and the relation of advocacy to social reform issues and systems change.

Special information

Prerequisite: One course in the social sciences is required.
4 Undergraduate credits

Effective December 14, 2014 to present

Learning outcomes


  • Define the role of advocacy in human services, social reform, and violence prevention.
  • Know the skills of advocacy.
  • Learn from a practicing advocate in an organizational setting,
  • Reflect upon the role of advocacy as an exercise of responsible and productive citizen ship.
  • Relate the process of emerging advocacy to social conditions.
  • Understand current areas of social reform advocacy movements.

Summer 2024

Section Title Instructor books eservices
21 Advocacy in Violence Prevention Hill, Darcel M Books for HSVP-302-21 Summer 2024 Course details for HSVP-302-21 Summer 2024