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    Champlain College
   
 
  Feb 24, 2018
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate College Catalog
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COR 310 - The Global Condition


Is the world getting better? Is there such a thing as global “progress” and, if so, what does it look like? Students will examine the idea of progress from different theoretical, cultural and marginalized perspectives, considering how progress has been defined, by whom, and by which standards. They will apply their understandings of progress to contemporary global phenomena such as economic globalization, international organizations, violent conflict, interactions between humans and the environment, and the spread of new technologies.
Prerequisites: COR-210, COR-220, COR-230, COR-240 COR-320 is the required corequisite course.
Credits: 3
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