Certificate in Intercultural Communication - Culture, Rights and Power SOSA 3225   Culture, Rights and Power
CREDIT HOURS: 3
The course examines the interrelation of culture, rights and power cross-culturally. It thus considers how the idea and exercise of rights can vary across cultures. It also addresses the ways in which rights and relations of power make themselves felt in people’s everyday lives. Finally, it considers the variety of experiences and understandings of these issues across societies and social groups. Examples may be drawn from social and cultural groups within or outside of Canada. Approved with International Development Studies and Law and Society minor.
FORMAT: Lecture
PREREQUISITES: One SOSA 1000 level course or FYP