Globalisation is one of the key ways to understand social changes today. The international development minor is particularly concerned with questions of global inequality and development, and how these might relate to globalisation. This includes examining the role of nation-states, NGOs, and civil society. With the rapid changes that are occurring in the different regions of the world today, these issues are examined within specific social contexts. The minor investigates different frameworks that have been used to understand international development, the history of colonisation, and how social policy is made and contested on a global level.

Unitset details

Location:
Study level:
Undergraduate
Unitset type:
Discipline Minor
Unitset code:
AMIINT

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