Please note this module descriptor is indicative of the structure of this course and may be subject to change.
During this module the student will explore a wide range of social and cultural needs by focussing on the concept of socialisation. They will use their own life as a starting point and thereby build on their own experiences to grasp new concepts. Having established an understanding of the theories by such personal application the students will move on to relate these concepts to case studies within their own work place setting, this should provide a vivid and powerful learning experience rooted in personal development and professional practice.
The syllabus for this module will include the following elements:
By the end of this module students should be able to demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of the concept of socialisation and social need by applying the following theoretical principles to their own life and the experience of those with whom they work:
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