Voices in Global Health: Mandarin Tutorial

AMES 270T-5

Through practical and theoretical discussions around case studies, personal narratives, documentaries and recorded interviews in the Chinese language, students examine how language and culture impact health beliefs and behaviors. Explore underlying reasons for different beliefs and behaviors with the goal of creating culturally appropriate interventions. This is a service-learning or community-engaged course. Engagement may include direct, project-based, or research-focused service with local/global community partners among other engaged practices. Meet weekly for 75 minutes. Prerequisite: Chinese 305 or equivalent. Instructor consent required. Instructor: Staff

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  • GLHLTH 270T-5
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Fall and/or Spring