Identity and Citizenship in a Globalized World
2023-24 Sem B
2 - Study of Societies, Social and Business Organisations
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
Public and International Affairs
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In this course, students explore the meaning of citizenship at various levels, from local, to national, to global, but including other kinds of ‘memberships’ which may also influence identity. Students also explore the interactions between engagement with various groups and communities, and ‘identity’. The theme of ‘globalization’ helps students to understand how international interactions in trade, travel, science, business, and culture influence conceptions of citizenship, and of identity. Learning activities include discussion and dialogue between students and with the instructor(s), exploration through interviews and site visits off-campus, films and discussion of film themes, an academic term paper, and a self-reflection on identity and citizenship.

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CRN Section Term Type Capacity Day Time Building Room Instructor
13935 13935CA1 2023-24 Sem B Lecture 120 Thu 12:00:00 - 14:50:00 BOC LT401
  • Dr. REYES Danilo Andres