SOCI-3306EL – Globalization and the New World Order

The spread of global capitalism sustains relations of underdevelopment and global inequality. Students will be introduced to the theories and practices which shape local and global political contexts. Topics to be covered include post-industrial, post-fordist and post-modern society; patterns of economic restructuring and the state; global space; and systems of governance in a globalized world. Students may not retain for SOCI 3226, 2065 & 3306. PREREQ: SOCI 1015 or instructor?s permission. (lec) cr 3




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