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PSCIĀ 252: Politics and Development

Some formerly developing countries have found the way to join the ranks of the industrialized nations, others have not. What explains the difference? By introducing students to theories of modernization, dependency, world systems, order, class, revolution, state, and political economy, the course attempts to provide the framework for answering this question. Counts toward Latin American studies major and concentration and management studies concentration.

Ancient Studies

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...PSCI 259 History of Classical Political Thought PSCI...303 Roman Civilization LATIN 252 Vergil and Latin...

French

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...PSCI 260 History of Modern Political Thought PSCI...1880, Revolutionary Art ART 252 Art 1880-1945...

Japanese

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...in Japan (abroad) HIST 252 Japanese Civilization HIST...Science, Ethics, and Religion PSCI 245 Asian Regionalism...

Latin American Studies

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...PSCI 252 Politics and Development (with approval of the director of Latin American Studies) PSCI...

Management Studies

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...Environmental Ethics PSCI 220 Analyzing Politics and Policies PSCI 252 Politics and Development PSCI 257...

Media Studies

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...Music in the Electronic Medium PHYS 252 Musical Acoustics PSCI 211 Media and Politics THEAT...