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Is war inevitable? Have terrorists changed the face of war? What would it take to ‘give peace a chance’? Link the insights of different disciplines, to help explore the roots of conflict and the paths to change. Learn how cultural beliefs and religions affect people’s behaviour, and how conflicts begin and change over time. See how people interact as groups, and as societies, resulting in different government structures and different approaches to international relations. The challenges of intercultural communication, the influence of mass media, and how we can communicate more effectively are all part of this exciting theme.

Offerings

ANTH 102 Introduction to Social & Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 130 Anthropology of World Religions
CMNS 180 Introduction to Intercultural Communication
CMNS 235 Oral Communication
CRIM 104 Sociological Explanations of Criminal & Deviant
CRIM 105 Psychological Explanations of Criminal & Deviant
HIST 101 Canada Before Confederation
HIST 102 Canada: 1867 to the Present
HIST 110 History of Britain 1688-1900 Great Power & Beyond
HIST 210 European History since 1914
HIST 243 American Foreign Relations in the 20th Century
HIST 261 Latin American History: Colonial Experience
HIST 262 Latin American History: National Experience
MACS 130 Mass Communications in Canada
PHIL 110 Morality & Politics
POSC 120 Ideology & Politics
SOC 101 Introductory Sociology
SOC 215 Socialization


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