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Human Rights And Peace Studies: Multidisciplinary Perspective (SOC-110)

Semester: Spring 2021
Number: 0170-110-001
Instructor: Rita Verma
Note: Online, Asynchronous
Location: Online
Credits: 3
Status: This Course is Filled to Capacity

Required For Peace Studies Minor And Open To All Majors As A General
Education Electve.Learning Goal(s)

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Students will explore issues of violence, human rights and peace in various disciplines. Invited speakers will offer perspectives in their fields of expertise: history, economics, business, environmental studies, religious studies, multicultural education among others. Student will apply their learning to individual and/or group projects for individual, community and social transformation. (Learning Goals:G)

Learning Goals:   General Education Learning GoalsGlobal Learning / Civic EngagementGlobal Learning and Civic Engagement (G) comprise one learning goal with two distinct paths toward the same ultimate end: encouraging engagement and intercultural awareness among Adelphi undergraduates. Key criteria that distinguish Global Learning from Civic Engagement within the “G” designation: GLOBAL LEARNING •Broad in scope•Stresses interconnectedness• Students’ culture may be one focus•Can be historical or contemporary CIVIC ENGAGEMENT •Localized to students’ culture•Stresses awareness, engagement, and action• Students’ culture must be a main focus• Must explicitly engage with contemporary world

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