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constructs for cross-cultural sensitivity and analysis. 3. If the course contains elements of both the Western and Non-Western categories below, but is being proposed for one of those categories, show how the emphasis of the course makes it more appropriate for the category for which it is being proposed. If it is a Western/Comparative Culture(s) course: 1. Show how the course provides understanding and appreciation of significant aspects of the cultural tradition evolved from the confluence of Greek and Roman philosophical thought and European religious traditions, i.e., the cultural traditions associated with European and North American countries; OR show how the course provides understanding and appreciation of significant aspects of the cultural traditions of both Western and Non-Western cultural traditions, and indicate the comparisons and contrasts drawn between the different traditions. If it is a Non-Western or U.S. Minority Culture(s) course: 1. Show how the course provides understanding and appreciation of significant aspects of cultural traditions that have their origins outside the Western cultural tradition or outside the dominant cultural tradition of the United States. General Education Board Page 7
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  • Spring '11
  • online
  • Sociology, General Education Board

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