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|POL 3128A - Third World Politics|
An introduction to some of the major political, economic,
and social dilemmas faced by Third World countries, as well
as the variety of policy responses to these dilemmas.
Specific features that affect development in the Third
World such as poverty, dependency, particular patterns of
social stratification, rural-urban dichotomies, militarism,
and instability will be analyzed, as will be future develop-
ment prospects for the Third World.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Lecture
Division of Social Sciences Division
Political Science Department
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