Globalization: Theoretical Perspectives
This course aims to introduce students to some of the central debates in social theory on globalization. It aims to engage with the following broad theoretical concerns of globalization: Modernity and late/post modernity; spatial and temporal aspects of globalization; cultural, socio-political and technological transformations in a global world. It engages with these themes by analyzing some of the most important scholars of globalization. The course also examines certain specific themes in Indian society to illustrate their engagement with the process of globalization.
INTENDED AUDIENCE :PhD, Postgraduate and undergraduate students of social sciencesPREREQUISITES : Familiarity with introductory sociological courses is preferableINDUSTRIES SUPPORT :None