SociologySOCY 221 International Migration

Provides a theoretical foundation for the study of international migration from a variety of perspectives relevant to sociological concerns. Examines the historical trends of migration waves and the factors which influence these movements. Students will read a variety of texts from different disciplinary and theoretical traditions including (but not limited to) neoclassical economics, world systems, transnational, post-colonial, and diasporic studies.

Credits

5