SOCY 250 - Globalization Issues
An exploration of social forces contributing to global inequalities and the dynamics of global patterns (immigration, refugees, displaced persons, social conflict, health/environmental issues, and social movements). Students examine consequences of global forces and their effects on institutions and individuals. PREREQUISITE(S): ANTH 201 or SOCY 100 or consent of department. Three hours lecture/discussion each week. Formerly SO 240.
3 semester hours
Upon course completion, a student will be able to:
- Use and explain sociological globalization concepts.
- Recognize and apply sociological theories and concepts as they relate to global stratification.
- Identify and analyze racial, ethnic and gender patterns connected to global social forces.
- Describe population movements and explain their relationship to global structural patterns.
- Employ global concepts to interpret social conflict relating to globalization issues.
- Interpret data relating to effects of globalization on social institutions.
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