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2016-2017 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog

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SOC 377 - Globalization: Structures and Movements

Examines and critiques the historical origins, economic and technological foundations, institutional arrangements, ideological underpinnings, collective movements, and controversial outcomes of 'transnationalism' and 'globalization.' Sociological analysis emphasizes macrolevel institutions that shape globalization, social conflicts arising from its effects, and the consequences of global change on individuals, groups, and organizations. Offered winter semester. Prerequisite: One of SOC 101, SOC 105, or SOC 280.

Credits: 3

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