GS 104 A-Z - (IS) Special Topics in Global StudiesSemester Hours: 1-3
This interdisciplinary course provides a study of a particular subject or problem in global studies, with the specific topic for the course varying from semester to semester. Possible course topics include the political economy of global consumer culture, the “McDonaldization” debates, the importance of place in the global economy, globalization and the survival of indigenous languages, globalization and the feminization of manufacturing production, and the political geography of the global economy. Students should consult with the particular instructor each time the course is offered to determine if prior preparation for the topic to be covered is recommended. Such consultation may take place prior to registration or on the first day of class.
The course may be repeated for credit when topics vary.
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