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AS/PSĀ 255: Politics in Asia

How do people in Asia understand citizenship? Students learn how membership in cultural, social, and political communities shapes rights, responsibilities, and identities in Asian countries. Reading historical and social science research, students consider and compare citizenship in Asian countries, including China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and Vietnam. Offered periodically.
Prerequisite: one previous course in Asian studies or political science is recommended.

Environmental Studies

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...00 ES/PS 276 Environmental Politics AS/ES...following: 1.00 ENVST 255 Remote Sensing and...

Chinese

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...AS/PS 255 Politics in Asia AS/RE 256 Religions of China and Japan AS...

Japanese

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...AS/PS 255 Politics in Asia AS/RE 256 Religions of China and Japan AS...

American Studies

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...United States as a complex...Landscapes ES/PS 276 Environmental...Politics PSCI 255 Political Parties...