SOC 366 - Sociology of International ConflictGeneral theories of social conflict used to provide theoretical framework for understanding and analyzing complexities of international conflicts and ways in which conflicts emerge, are waged and end. General theories of social conflict are applied to one or more case studies of recent international conflicts. Portion of course devoted to discussing ways in which international conflict can be resolved nonviolently — through negotiation and mediation — and the limits of our knowledge about nonviolent approaches. Category C. Prerequisite: One of the following: ANT 102, GRY 120, 125, HIS 101, 111, IST 200, POL 100, 101, SOC 100, 150. (3 cr. hr.)
Frequency code S = offered in spring
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