Description
Ethnic and Cultural Factors of Conflict
3 Graduate Credits-COOP Courses
Explores the roles played by ethnicity, race, religion and culture in the generation, resolution and conduct of conflicts within and between groups. Examines physical and symbolic markers of difference to understand both why groups differentiate themselves from one another and how mechanisms such as skin color, religious affiliation, ethnic background or cultural traditions can provide the grist for conflict or the grease that promotes resolution. Primary analysis is based on the examination of cases relevant to the different issues underlying these conflicts. prerequisite: CNCM 506 or permission of instructor
Details
Grading Basis
Graded
Units
3
Component
Lecture - Required
Offering
Course
CNCM-UB 740
Academic Group
Collaborative
Academic Organization
Collaborative
Campus
Coppin State University