Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies
An introduction to a broad range of issues, concepts, and approaches fundamental to the study of peace and conflict predominantly from the disciplines of political science, sociology, ethnology, psychology, anthropology, religion, economics, and history. Students examine and acquire knowledge and skills related to: the role of domestic and international norms and the underlying political, economic, and social systemic structures that undergird institutions and states; the impact of religious, philosophical, social, and cultural influences; and the processes and sources of both personal and social change as they relate to framing, cultivating, and sustaining peace, culminating in the examination and identification of factors that attend conflict and violence with the intention of applying this understanding toward the prevention, deescalation, and transformation of conflicts.
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Class Materials: View textbook and/or other materials for this course available at the Bookstore.
Class Dates: This class runs from 2019-09-23 to 2019-12-13.
Footnote InformationINTL 033.1SZ: Online course. Students are required to have access to a computer, the Web with high-speed internet connection (required for video streams), and an individual email account. Information about Canvas and Online Education Orientation can be found in Canvas on the Student Resources page: https://deanza.instructure.com/courses/3382. This class involves 12 hours of active, hands-on, work making a difference in our communities. The course does not involve more time than a regular class.
- 4 Units
- Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).
- Gen Ed
- General Education Class
- Program Status
- Program Applicable
- Credit - Degree Applicable
- Grading Method
- Letter Grading
- See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.
- EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5