BSc or BA (120 credit hour) Double Major in Environmental Science and another subject - GPS: Global Politics and Society POLI 1500   GPS: Global Politics and Society
Global politics and society have been remade by processes of globalization, referring to the multiple ways nations, communities, and people are connected and disconnected across traditional boundaries. The dynamics of the Covid-19 pandemic are but one example of these far-reaching processes. This course covers key concepts from political science, sociology and social anthropology with a view to examining how interactions of large scale global processes, politics, and policies resonate in communities, social institutions and people's everyday lives. We will focus upon the changing dynamics of global capitalism as these are manifest in the political, economic, and sociological conditions across and within regions, nations, and communities.
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EXCLUSIONS: POLI 1001.03 and POLI 1002.03, SOSA 1000X/Y.06, SOSA 1050X/Y.06, SOSA 1100X/Y.06, SOSA 1200X/Y.06, SOSA 1002.03, SOSA 1003.03