Studies in Multicultural Societies. Different Peoples, One World Hari Srinivas Room: I-312 / 079-565-7406. Course objectives. Objectives: This course focuses on the characteristics and the relative advantages / disadvantages of a “multicultural” society. Course details.
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Room: I-312 / 079-565-7406
This course focuses on the characteristics
and the relative advantages / disadvantages
of a “multicultural” society
Method of instruction: Formal lectures, combined with group discussions, simulation games and brain-storming
Text: PowerPoint slides, handouts, and other resources provided on the class website/blog
Reference: Documents and web links uploaded to the class website/blog
Evaluation: Term paper to replace final examination
Other info: Students are expected to take a active role in group discussions and simulation games
Student evaluation: Standard KGU Student Evaluation, plus free discussion during the final class
Other specifications: This class will be delivered in English
Course keywords: culture, diversity, heritage, globalization, United Nations, policies, tourism
All course materials, including powerpoint files,
notes, coursework reports, websites etc.
will be available at the following website:
Prof. Hari Srinivas
Office hour: Thursday, 11:10 – 12:40