Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes

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Following the completion of this course, students will be able to:
  • identify and compare social welfare agencies such as education, unemployment, public assistance and health care and their associated roles in Ireland and Northern Ireland.
  • articulate the role of religion in Irish culture.
  • differentiate the disparate views of hero vs. terrorist related to “the Troubles” in Northern Ireland.
  • assess the legacy of oppression that the conflict between the Nationalists (Catholics) and the Nationalists (Protestants) has left as well as the reconciliation of the social groups in the aftermath of injustice.
  • learn reconciliation techniques as well as understand how healing occurs within larger communities as well as within individuals and families.

 

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