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2010-2011 Academic Catalog 
    
2010-2011 Academic Catalog [Published Catalog]

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SOC/ANTH 507 - Introduction to Forced Migration and Refugee Studies


This course examines the changing political, social, and legal contexts within which people become forced migrants or refugees. Of particular concern are policies which generate, regulate, and protect the movement of forced migrants, the interaction between national governments and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, the psychological aspect of refugee status, and the social and cultural organization of refugee and migrant communities, including notably gender aspects and the role of children. This course is required of all students seeking the diploma in Forced Migration and Refugee Studies.
Prerequisites
Prerequisite: Graduate standing or advanced undergraduate standing and permission of instructor.
Cross-listed
Same as POLS 507 and MRS 507.
When Offered
Offered in fall.
(3 cr.)



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