Bachelors in global affairs globalization on the ground in Yale nus college
This core course takes an ethnographic approach to the study of globalisation, focusing on the impact it has had on the daily lives of individuals, families, and communities around the world, and how they have responded in turn. Over the course of the semester, students will focus on different manifestations of globalisation in consumption and production patterns, transnational labour markets, international migration, inequality, crime, religion, and social movements. At the same time, students will be expected to conduct their own semester-long ethnographic investigations into globalisation in Singapore. This course is distinct from the Introduction to Global Affairs course because of the methods used and level of analysis emphasised.
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