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sosc1910 - Lecture 1

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Department
Social Science
Course Code
SOSC 1910
Professor
Nadiah Habib

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Intro Lecture Notes HistoryStructural barriers to changeConcretize the policies and theories HistoryHow is the Third world produced and how has it been produced over timeHistory plays a major role in how we have thought of the third world and hopefully an historical approach will help us rethink the idea of the third worldThe world is not divided into neat compartments and therefore how we live here in North America greatly influences how people live in the third world and vice versaAnd in time we will learn how third world conditions exist in the so called first worldWe those of us who live here are not a homogenous category Nor are people living in the third world a homogenous category the structural barriers to change what comes first structural change or attitudinal change Or do they go hand in handConcretize the policies and theories It is important to examine the players involved without demonizing or pathologizing and to explore the notion of cause and effect between actions
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