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GESC2060 Debating Globalization

#Shaw College

Fridays 03:30 p.m. - 05:15 p.m.
Dr. LEE King Wa

Through a combination of experiential learning activities and web-based delivery, this course aims at expose students to a number of intense debates surrounding globalization such as free trade, global culture, national sovereignty, the question of multinational corporations and labour rights and the anti-globalization movement. The objective is to build basic knowledge of the opposing views […]

UGEC2253 Governance and Management Innovation for Sustainable Development

#UGEC Society and Culture

Thursdays 10:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Professor LI Wei

The course will teach students basic concepts and current topical issues related to achieving sustainability, and sustainable development goals (SDGs), from multi-disciplinary perspectives including (but not limited to) political economy, business and management, policy studies, sociology, social welfare services, financing, engineering, bio-science, public health, environmental resource management and urban planning. The students are expected to […]

UGEC3228 Public Policy and Social Minorities in Hong Kong

#UGEC Society and Culture

Thursdays 02:30 p.m. - 04:15 p.m.
Dr. CHO Man Kit

(UGEC3228 is double-coded with GDRS3008.) This course examines the social construction of minorities and the history of Hong Kong public policy towards them, including legal changes, social institutions, immigration policy, and political mobilization. Current debates in public policies such as anti-discrimination legislation, education policies of ethnic minorities, disciplining of youth and anti-poverty scheme will also […]

UGEC2243 Living in the Anthropocene: Nature, Culture and Power

#UGEC Society and Culture

Wednesdays 10:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Professor WU Ka Ming

(UGEC2243 is double-coded with CURE2018.) Human have altered the environment in ways that have no precedence in human history. Ecological crisis, environmental degradation, and extreme weathers have become the watchwords of contemporary politics. The conventional boundaries between “nature” and “culture” are now being questioned. How do nature, culture and power intersect in our everyday life? […]