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SOC 2351: Globalization and Urban Livability
This course addresses the issue of urban livability in developing countries. Urban areas experience rapid population growth, but often lack the social and physical infrastructure to accommodate the needs of growing populations. This course tackles the problems of explosive population growth, labor and housing markets, social and economic inequality, spatial segregation, inadequate infrastructure, increasing crime rates, environmental degradation, and participatory urban policies. Students will learn the complexity of urban livability in developing countries as well as being encouraged to find solutions to these problems.

TermCRNCredits Instructor(s)DaysTime DatesLocationFeesOpen
Autumn 10553 5 Mikyung Kim
Final: W
Otto Miller Hall 124
Otto Miller Hall 124
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