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Going Global: Making International Connections
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Dietz, Bernadette. 2010. “Going Global: Making International Connections”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


Introductory sociology students often lack an awareness of global cultural diversity.
In our increasingly interconnected world, the daily lives of students can be enriched by a
greater knowledge of the ways of life and perspectives of others. In addition, exposure to
an array of diverse cultures and societies can be a tremendous help as...

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Subject Area(s):
Introduction to Sociology/Social Problems
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College 100

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