Sociology of Migration University of Tsukuba
This course aims to analyze international migration focusing on key themes for understanding this social phenomenon. To this end, topics such as gender and migration, transnational communities, migration policies will be addressed through a sociological and multidisciplinary perspective.
The goal of this course is that students acquire critical knowledge to deeply analyze the multidimensional and multifaceted causes and consequences of international migration and its implications for contemporary society.
The objective of this course is to offer the student specific knowledge about international migration. It will address the sociological aspect and will also have a multidisciplinary approach to analyze key topics such as transnational social dynamics, gender, the importance of migrant networks, and an issue of paramount importance for understanding migratory movements: migration policies adopted by different governments in the world.
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Grades will be based on participation (20%), homework (30%) and final report(50%)
Online Course Requirement
Urano Edson Ioshiaqui
Limited to 30 students.
Open in even number years.
Lecture is conducted in English.
Biennial Course (offered in even years)
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Contact person: Edson Ioshiaqui Urano
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Link to the syllabus provided by the university