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ANTH 361 - Issues in Globalization


Upper Division

Prerequisites
ANTH 101  or ANTH 105  or ANTH 107  

Globalization, which can be characterized as the increased speed and frequency by which commodities, people, ideologies, cultural productions and capital cross national borders, has reorganized the world in fundamental ways not seen since the Industrial Revolution. This class examines the numerous issues and problems that stem from globalization, including transnational migration, food policy, and gender relations. Through reading ethnographies about different world regions, students will explore the changing shape of local cultures in relation to larger processes of globalization, and analyze such issues as cultural imperialism, cultural homogenization, and resistance.

Repeatable
No

Additional Notes
Previous course number: ANTH 134

Course credits: 4



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