Students practice message preparation in different modes and contexts. A cross-cultural analysis of the nature of ethnic groups and identity, including the effects of colonialism and nationalism on ethnic groups, stereotyping groups, ethnic symbols and styles, and persistence and change in ethnicity.
She is all over the place because she is heartbroken: Lecture materials cover historical and cultural background. Students will develop a critical understanding of the African Diaspora as a geographical displacement, as an assemblage of cultural groups, and as a process of political identification.
In this course of directed study, students will be required to produce research projects for filing in the library. Previous course work and experience are integrated in a practical application locally or in a French-speaking country.
Acceptance in an overseas study program in France. We will read and discuss state of the art research in political communication and meet individuals who are currently working in a communication capacity in public political campaigns. This course explores the relationships between language and culture, focusing on research methodology and surveying various theoretical frameworks.
Credit not given for both F and any French course at the or level. Advanced level of communications skills in speaking and writing. While the approach is generally a cross-linguistic one, special emphasis is placed on examples from German.
Designed to develop conversational skills through controlled linguistic patterns, reports, and group discussion. Designed to develop conversational skills through reports, debates, and group discussions with an emphasis on vocabulary building, mastery of syntax, and general oral expression.
The tiger represents power while the flower represents fragility. These courses are taught concurrently with GG and prepare students for the German reading proficiency exam.
We will learn about the history of American protest from pre-Revolutionary days to the present in order to understand how mass organizations are created and how they can be used to realize the American ideals of liberty, equality, justice, peace, and opportunity for all.
Through case studies, readings, and practical applications, this course combines a theory-based understanding of communication in organizations with real-world applications. She has created a body of work that endures, that questions who we are and what borders we cross. Such a discourse through the unsaid does the job of poetry.
Introduction to the cultural history of Spanish-speaking countries with emphasis on its literary, artistic, social, economic, and political aspects. CLAS-C explores the culture and history of ancient Rome, both as a distinct past society, and as a cultural force that continues to shape modern life.
Basic introductory course in translation.
Sometimes a poem may seem like personalized folklore, a feeling culled from the imagination. This course is designed to assist students develop a critical lens and broaden their understanding of the similarities and differences in the lives of African American men.
Themes of oppression, identities and activism figure prominently throughout the course. The relationship of Chinese language to its culture and society.
The Second stanza of the poem gives the reader the idea of a sense of longing. ECON E Introductory course on macroeconomic dynamics; covers growth models and asset pricing theories, endogenous growth theories, optiomal growth problems, and competitive dynamic equilibrium models.
Discussion of literary movements from the turn of the century until the present. Introduction to the methods and techniques anthropologists use to study other peoples. Designed for students in science, technology, the professional schools, and for those desiring sufficient proficiency in reading and translating German to enable them to work with German materials in their fields.
At the same time, students will have the opportunity to discuss some of the theoretical and professional issues involved in translation as a profession. Advanced course in which the experienced student produced substantive programs combining several formats.
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Pure theory of consumer behavior, competitive exchange, theory of production; resource allocation, Pareto optimum, monopoly and monopsony, imperfect competition, moral hazard, adverse selection, and market signaling.
The Hispanic woman within her cultural context through literary texts. Passion in Ais Poetry Ai uses both sexes as speakers in her poems. In Twenty-year Marriage there is a female speaker who is speaking to her husband through her body movements.
It is a man conveying thoughts to the mother of his dead child in Abortion. The first stanza of the poem emphasizes the poet's suffering. The poet was burning with desire as she lay under the sky that seemed to hurt her. “Each cloud a ship without me sailing” gives the reader a sense of the abandonment the poet feels.
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