Sociology

SOCI3523Sociology of Globalization (A)3 ch (3C)

Surveys the process of globalization arising from the increasing integration and interaction of products and cultures in the world. Distinguishes between different ideologies of globalism: market or neoliberal globalism; jihad globalism, and cultural Marxist globalism. Examines the struggle for cultural and and ethnic preservation by ethno-nationalist movements against these ideologies of globalism.

Prerequisites: SOCI 1001 or equivalent and two term-courses in lower-level Sociology, all with grades of C or better.