04-27-2010_Culture_in_relation_to_international_pol_for_moodle

04-27-2010_Culture_in_relation_to_international_pol_for_moodle

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Culture in relation to int’l politics - Concluding travel unit; ‘clash of civilizations’ - 27 April 2010 Pol 1025.001 1
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Announcements Final exam: May 11 (Tuesday) 8-10 am Thought questions: 3 classes remain 2
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The papers Take 5 minutes, with a partner, to share your key findings: 1. What NGO did you choose and what type of NGO is this? 2. What did you argue? (be brief!) 3. What was your case study? 4. Did anything surprise you about the organization or topic area? 3
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Brief review What is the future status of China? Friend/ partner : economic, cultural, and military realities Foe/ rival : nature of GPs, growing strength, playing hardball, military doctrine Final word : domestic situation consequential; other key players (India, Japan, Russia) Lisle on ‘humanitarian travel’ Despite claim to offer responsible travel, LP reproduces the very inequalities it problematizes Critiques power inequalities (us visiting them; helping victimized other), productive power (exotic, 4
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Evaluating Lisle Last week, you evaluated Lisle’s argument in small groups, using a Lonely Planet
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This note was uploaded on 10/05/2011 for the course POL 1025 taught by Professor Unkown during the Spring '10 term at Minnesota.

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