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Overseas Studies Courses in Sociology

For course descriptions and additional offerings, see the listings in the Stanford Bulletin's ExploreCourses web site (http://explorecourses.stanford.edu) or the Bing Overseas Studies web site (http://bosp.stanford.edu). Students should consult their department or program's student services office for applicability of Overseas Studies courses to a major or minor program.

Autumn Quarter

Madrid

OSPMADRD 61. Society and Cultural Change: The Case of Spain. 5 units, Antonio MuŮoz

Moscow

OSPMOSC 57. Social Inequality in Socialist and Post-Socialist Societies. 3-5 units, Nancy Tuma, GER:DB:SocSci

Winter Quarter

Berlin

OSPBER 19. Work and Family. 4 units, Myra Strober

Capetown

OSPCPTWN 32. Adult Learning, Development and Social Change: Service-Learning in the Contemporary South African Context. 4-5 units, Janice McMillan

Spring Quarter

Beijing

OSPBEIJ 19. Population and Society in East Asia. 4 units, Yun Zhou, GER:DB:SocSci, EC:GlobalCom

OSPBEIJ 41. Chinese Society and Business Culture. 4 units, Bobai Li, GER:DB:SocSci, EC:GlobalCom

OSPBEIJ 72. Societal Changes from the Natives' Point of View. 2-5 units, Xueguang Zhou

OSPBEIJ 73. Formal Organizations. 5 units, Xueguang Zhou, GER:DB:SocSci

Capetown

OSPCPTWN 32. Adult Learning, Development and Social Change: Service-Learning in the Contemporary South African Context. 4-5 units, Janice McMillan

Florence

OSPFLOR 79. Migrations and Migrants: The Sociology of a New Phenomenon. 5 units, Khaled Fouad Allam, GER:DB:SocSci, EC:GlobalCom

Oxford

OSPOXFRD 117W. Gender and Social Change in Modern Britain. 4-5 units, Amanda Palmer, GER:DB:SocSci

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