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ANTH 382 - Global Flows in Local Worlds:The Anthropology of Globalization

(3.00)
Global Flows in Local Worlds examines globalization from the perspective of local communities. Students will explore the interaction among transnational economic, technological, ideological, and material flows and localways of life. The course will use ethnographies and case studies to examine how development and tourism ideologies, media, and migration/transmigration, among other issues, are experienced at the local level, with particular attention to issues of identity, social relationships, subsistence, and well-being. By exploring globalization with a qualitative, insider perspective, this course will provide students with insight into the deep social and cultural webs connecting and transforming societies worldwide.

Course ID: 101909
Consent: No Special Consent Required
Components: Lecture
Attributes: Effective Summer 2018 Culture (GEP)
Prerequisite/Corequisite: You must complete ANTH 211  or SOCY 101  with a C or better.



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