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2019-2020 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog


GSI 215 - Global Migration

An interdisciplinary analysis of the global movement of immigrants and refugees and its relationship with the economy, politics, development, and culture. Students learn about migration as a key feature of globalization. Possible topics: migration history, immigration policies, border control, integration, citizenship, migrant transnationalism, diaspora, remittances, child migrants, and migration theories. Fulfills Cultures - Global Perspectives. Fulfills one of the Foundations - Social and Behavioral Sciences. Cross-listed with PLS 215. Offered winter semester.

Credits: 3



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