Minor in Sociology and Social Anthropology of Economy, Work and Development - Indian Society: Change and Continuity SOSA 2045   Indian Society: Change and Continuity
CREDIT HOURS: 3
The objective of this half-credit course is to introduce students to the society and culture of India from an interdisciplinary perspective. India presents a society of enormous complexity and an unbroken living civilization of great antiquity. The focus of the course will be on selected, significant aspects of Indian society with particular emphasis on issues of current relevance. Topics discussed include: a historical background, social structure, political and social constraints to economic development, health issues, major religions and philosophy, development and foreign policy since independence, science and technology, disaster relief and development, and literature. This course counts as a half-credit in Sociology and Social Anthropology towards the IDS established discipline requirement.
FORMAT: Lecture
CROSS-LISTING: INTD 2045.03
EXCLUSIONS: INTD 3045.03