Sociology | Global Society
S308 | 14342 | Hung


S308 Global Society
14342		2:30PM-3:45PM	MW
Hung

This course introduces students to issues of international
development, with a particular focus on the origins and socio-
political impacts of the globalization process. Specific themes
include world income inequality and global poverty, the rise of
supranational organizations (e.g. WTO and EU) and their relations
with sovereign states, anti-globalization activism, globalization of
contagious diseases, the rise of China and India in the global
economy, among others. Lectures will be aided by documentary films
and other multi-media materials.