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International Studies

INTST 326W Globalization (4)

This course examines the complex process of globalization that is transforming contemporary politics, economics and culture. The course addresses the movements of political and cultural forms, people, knowledge, capital, technology and consumer goods across national boundaries; and analyzes their effects on state autonomy, public policy, political and cultural change and resistance and equity. Not open to first-year students.

  • General Education Requirement Fulfillment: Writing-centered; Social Sciences
  • Prerequisite: One 200-level INTST course or ECON 355
  • Offering: Alternate Falls
  • Instructor: Felker

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