Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies

Sociology of Development in Global Perspective

This course provides an analysis of major issues related to the economic, political, and social transformation of developing countries. The course examines theories of development and underdevelopment, history of linkages of the developed and underdeveloped world, the role of the state, class structure, ideology and political mobilization, peasantry and rural development, urbanization and marginality, revolutionary movements, and the agents, goals, paths, and prospects of development.
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