Undergraduate Catalog 2020-2021

INT 367 Globalization and the World System(RNL)

(Also SOC/ANT 367) 4 hours; 4 credits. This course explores major issues and current approaches in sociological thinking on globalization and the world system. Globalization will be examined as a multifaceted phenomenon, encompassing changing economic and political forces and the movement of people, ideas, images, and technologies across national boundaries. Particular attention will be given to how global forces structure inequalities both across nations and within them. Prerequisites: (SOC 200 or SOC 240 or SOC 260 or ANT 201) or permission of the instructor.



Cross Listed Courses

SOC 367/ANT 367