International Development : Introduction to the study of civil society and development. Critically engages with both conventional socio-political views and emerging perspectives of civil society. Employs political, sociological, and anthropological perspectives to understand the multifaceted, and socio-cultural implications of civil society in both developing and developed countries. Examines civil society’s impact, capacity, and behavior through a wide range of development themes.
Terms: Fall 2021
Instructors: Takamura, Kazue (Fall)
Prerequisite: A 200 or 300 level course related to International Development, or permission of instructor.
Restriction: Not open to students who have taken INTD 397 when topic was "Civil Society and Development" [Winter 2017, Winter 2018]. Open to U2 and U3 students only.