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|SOC 2650: Introduction to Globalization|
|Globalization is a complex intersection of processes that are rapidly transforming the ways in which the world is organized. This course provides a sociological analysis in which students will be introduced to the changing dynamics of global economies, cultures, and politics, including the origins of these processes, as well as the variety of consequences for people around the world. This course pays particular attention to the emergence of global problems (e.g. inequality, terrorism, human trafficking, global warming) that require global cooperation to be solved (e.g. NGOs, the IMF, the WTO).|
||Not offered this academic year.
|Grade Modes: Normal Grading, Audit
Instructional Methods: Arranged, Traditional