HUMN 3042 Global Politics

Credit Points 10

Legacy Code 101735

Coordinator Brett Bowden Opens in new window

Description The experiences of globalization are explored from a variety of levels across time and space, from the individual to the local, the national to the international. The focus in this course will be on issues of politics, both domestic and international, but we will keep in mind that globalization is a phenomenon that is explored and assessed by a wide range of disciplines, including history, sociology, politics, law, economics, anthropology, gender studies, human geography, economics, regional and area studies, science and technology, health and epidemiology.

School Humanities & Comm Arts

Student Contribution Band HECS Band 4 10cp

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Level Undergraduate Level 3 subject

Restrictions Successful completion of 60 credit points of study in currently enrolled program.

Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this subject, students should be able to:
  1. Demonstrate understanding of theoretical approaches to globalisation and global politics;
  2. Identify and differentiate phenomena of globalisation;
  3. Deploy various disciplinary methods to analyse globalisation;
  4. Develop and use effective research skills to investigate globalisation

Subject Content

Defining globalization
Thinking about globalization
History and theories of globalization
Globalization and the state
Globalization, technology and deterritorialisation
Global governance and non-state actors
The Global economy and inequality
Globalization and culture
The ethics of globalization
Globalization, order and security
Anti-globalization and alternatives

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