900 State Street
Salem, Oregon 97301
This course uses theories of gender and development and of globalization to consider the effects of development and globalization on women, men, indigenous peoples and ethnic minorities. After identifying relevant international and national actors and forces, the course examines changes in national and local social systems, institutions, and interaction patterns related to development and addressing gender and/or ethnicity. Topics discussed in this context may include agriculture, natural resources, environment, urban development, manufacturing, population, religion, education, and human rights.
Prerequisite: SOC 201 or any 100-level Sociology course