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POV 423 - Poverty and Human Capability: A Research Seminar


(LAW 391)
Credits: 3

Prerequisites: At least junior standing, POV 101 or POV 103, POV 453, or instructor consent. An inquiry into principal factors or agents responsible for the causes, effects, and remedies of poverty. This examination is conducted through reading appropriate in-depth studies from various disciplines and perspectives, and it culminates with an independent research project into specific aspects of poverty drawing on students' internships and respective areas of study and looking forward to their professional work and civic engagement. This seminar serves as a capstone for undergraduate poverty studies and includes second- and third-year law students in Law 391. Pickett, Staff.




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