Four core mods and two mods from a particular theme…which can be double counted because many of my PS mods fit within the different themes which GL does.So in short I would already have done 2 mods for my GL minor even if I hadn’t taken a single core GL mod. I might have a slight advantage in GL due to having done a little PS and 2.These concepts are then reified in the second half of the course where norm cascades, human security, just war theory, refugeehood, development, loan conditionality and climate change/global health are all situations where one can apply or deconstruct what concepts were taught. One should note that Prof Smith doesn’t believe in using slides – he teaches everything through simply lecturing and occasionally drawing on a white board. One is assessed as follows: The workload for this module is fairly light – readings consist of two long readings to three medium length readings every week, and tutorial readings are extremely short as well.In short, I found it to be a REALLY interesting module because of how it ties a little bit of philosophy to real world problems and issues. Really old school like what some UK Unis do, so missing a lecture means one has no slides to later reference. Weekly readings could thus be cleared in about an hour and a half to two hours max – including the time required to work on course deliverables, about four hours a week on average should be sufficient for a decent grade.Play one of our most played games on the home page or dive into your favorite category in the menu. And enjoy your time on Games Freak - the ultimate site for free online boys games!In the meantime we will do our best to deliver the best possible gaming experience by further improving our website. I had been planning to minor in something, but eventually decided on Global Studies (GL) because it was a “free minor”.
Not much – I thought GL was pretty much about globalization and globalization about stuff happening around the globe.
Having gotten an A- for my exegetical essay and A- for my midterms, I expected somewhere between a B and A-.
B if I screwed up the finals or competition was tougher than expected, A- if I performed as per normal. Perhaps competition wasn’t as tough as assumed, but indeed, I feel somewhat bad for those who put in more time and effort and yet didn’t get the grade they deserved.
Prof Smith himself comes from the realm of Political Philosophy, giving him a great ability to dissect arguments and their counterarguments while posing difficult questions for students to ponder upon.
I did enjoy the consultations I had with him even though most of them weren’t specifically about the course material, because it’s fascinating to have someone to talk and discuss these bigger questions about and have them show where one might have made a mistake or so.
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