HUM501 Global Civic Culture
Lead Faculty: Dr. Daniel R. Thorburn
Covers the relationship between knowledge and the interdependence of people and focuses on citizenship, change and the challenges of migration/immigration
patterns, cultural shifts and transnational positioning in our global economy. Provides a framework for global citizenship, community-building, economic development, social responsibility and service.
- Understand the multi-dimensional self and the process of social interaction and the cultural factor.
- Understand the civic culture within the context of citizenship as public work and the role of individual and collective citizen behavior.
- Understand community visioning and action-planning.
- Understand citizen empowerment through collaborative community building.
- Understand political and economic dynamics associated with globalization.
- Understand culture-clash and the paradox of nationalism in a world community.
- Understand the impact of global issues on our daily lives.
- Understand network-related, problem-solving activities that focus on global issues within selected geographical areas.