Examines the relationship between contemporary modes of international migration and the formation of transnational social relations and social formations. Considers the impact of trans-nationalisms on families, communities, nation-states, etc. This course has been designated an Applied Writing Skills Course.
[SOCB05H3 and [1.0 credit from the following: SOCB30H3, SOCB42H3, SOCB43H3, SOCB47H3, IDSB01H3]] or [SOCB60H3 and an additional 8.0 credits and enrolment in the Minor in Critical Migration Studies] or [IDSA01H3 and an additional 8.0 credits, and enrolment in the Specialist/Specialist Co-op Program in International Development Studies (Arts)]
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