Seminar on Issues of Globalization in China
GOVT 323/GS 252
Required:for Global Context
Credits:.83 unit; 3 credits
This core course is designed to introduce students to contemporary issues of globalization that affect China and the affects of China as a rising power on the world today. Emphasis is on current events and understanding different Chinese views of major global issues or foreign views of China today, ranging from political hegemony, regional security, trade imbalance, overpopulation, environmental pollution, human rights, nationalism, etc. The core course challenges students to question assumptions about these global issues from both Chinese and other perspectives, to research the historical background to current events, and to formulate and articulate informed opinions.
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