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  • Credits: 4Max Enrollment: 35
    Course Type: LectureSection Enrollment: 30
    Instructional Method: Remote onlyWaitlist Count: 0
    Reserved Seats: No
    Time/Location: Remote Instruction M W 1:40 PM-4:30 PM , Remote Instruction T 1:40 PM-3:40 PM

    This course introduces students to the basic concepts and theories in global political economy. It covers the history of economic restructuring, global division of labor, development, North-South state relations, and modes of resistance from a transnational and feminist perspective. Issues central to migration, borders and security, health, and the environment are central to the course. Prerequisite: SOC 101. Enrollment limited to 35. Meets Jan 4 - Feb 11. {S}
    Linked Course: No
    Enforced Prereq(s): SOC 101
    SAS Crosslist, SWG Crosslist
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