Sociology 2A: International Sociology (English)

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At the dawn of the twenty-first century, globalization is a pervasive feature of social life. The clichéd examples – from McDonald’s to reggae music – form just the tip of the globalization iceberg. A world economy, a world polity, and a world culture are all undergoing rapid expansion. In this course, we will consider globalization’s aspects and impacts, in an effort to develop some understandings of its causes, effects, and implications for your own life.
Sociology Dept. | Social Sciences Sch. | University of California, Irvine
Keywords: International Sociolgy,Economic Globalization,Political Globalization,Cultural Globailization,Immigration,Capitalism,Sovereignty,Domination or Cooperation,Human Rights
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