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GLOBAL 102

: Introduction to Global Studies
2024 Semester One (1243)
Focuses on transdisciplinary frameworks underpinning the field and uses case studies to illustrate its key concepts. Explores global studies as a critical field of inquiry and covers transdisciplinary themes from the four major streams in global studies.
Subject: Global Studies
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1052

GLOBAL 102

: Introduction to Global Studies
2023 Semester One (1233)
Focuses on transdisciplinary frameworks underpinning the field and uses case studies to illustrate its key concepts. Explores global studies as a critical field of inquiry and covers transdisciplinary themes from the four major streams in global studies.
Subject: Global Studies
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1053

GLOBAL 102

: Introduction to Global Studies
2022 Semester One (1223)
Focuses on transdisciplinary frameworks underpinning the field and uses case studies to illustrate its key concepts. Explores global studies as a critical field of inquiry and covers transdisciplinary themes from the four major streams in global studies.
Subject: Global Studies
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1054

GLOBAL 200

: Global Challenges
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Engages with real-world challenges that evoke key global studies themes such as global economic complexity and interdependence; globalisation and identity; cyberspace and netizenship; environmental and health challenges; global citizenship and responsibility. A workshop-based format prioritises teamwork where students produce a joint project in response to their chosen challenge. Provides research methods training to enable students to produce a research proposal for their capstone project.
Subject: Global Studies
Prerequisite: GLOBAL 100 or 102
1055

GLOBAL 200

: Global Challenges
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Engages with real-world challenges that evoke key global studies themes such as global economic complexity and interdependence; globalisation and identity; cyberspace and netizenship; environmental and health challenges; global citizenship and responsibility. A workshop-based format prioritises teamwork where students produce a joint project in response to their chosen challenge. Provides research methods training to enable students to produce a research proposal for their capstone project.
Subject: Global Studies
Prerequisite: GLOBAL 100
1056

GLOBAL 204

: Global Issues Through the European Arts
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Investigates how artistic productions from different European traditions engage with and shape the world’s most pressing global issues. Considers the socio-political and cultural context of such productions, their ideological orientation and limitations. Uses case studies on the transnational dimensions of migration and exile, unsustainable environmental development, financial and health inequality, sexual slavery and drug trafficking, gender equality and political conflicts.
Subject: Global Studies
Prerequisite: 60 points passed in Global Studies
Restriction: GLOBAL 304
1057

GLOBAL 204

: Global Issues Through the European Arts
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Investigates how artistic productions from different European traditions engage with and shape the world’s most pressing global issues. Considers the socio-political and cultural context of such productions, their ideological orientation and limitations. Uses case studies on the transnational dimensions of migration and exile, unsustainable environmental development, financial and health inequality, sexual slavery and drug trafficking, gender equality and political conflicts.
Subject: Global Studies
Prerequisite: 60 points passed in Global Studies
Restriction: GLOBAL 304
1058

GLOBAL 251

: Special Topic: Migration in the Americas
2021 Semester One (1213)
Examines migration in the Americas by exploring the responses of local communities and peoples in Central and South America to international involvement. Discusses the role of global power (and super power) in the region, the connections between historic US action and contemporary migration, and the ways these intersect with issues such as indigenous rights, self-governance and environmental activism.
Subject: Global Studies
Prerequisite: 60 points passed at Stage I
Restriction: GLOBAL 351
1059

GLOBAL 252

: Asian Cities: Growth and Transition
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Explores urbanisation and development in Asia as processes from a variety of disciplinary approaches to provide a comprehensive global studies analysis of these interrelated concepts. Focuses on critical topics such as pollution, housing, labour, gender, mobility, and education. The geographical breadth of the course covers East, Southeast, and South Asia.
Subject: Global Studies
Prerequisite: 60 points passed at Stage I
Restriction: GLOBAL 352
1060

GLOBAL 300

: Research Project
2024 Semester One (1243)
This capstone course provides the opportunity for the synthesis and application of skills and knowledge developed throughout the degree programme. Students complete a research project that applies all the components of the degree.
Subject: Global Studies
Prerequisite: GLOBAL 200
1061

GLOBAL 300

: Research Project
2023 Semester One (1233)
This capstone course provides the opportunity for the synthesis and application of skills and knowledge developed throughout the degree programme. Students complete a research project that applies all the components of the degree.
Subject: Global Studies
Prerequisite: GLOBAL 200
1062

GLOBAL 300

: Research Project
2022 Semester Two (1225)
This capstone course provides the opportunity for the synthesis and application of skills and knowledge developed throughout the degree programme. Students complete a research project that applies all the components of the degree.
Subject: Global Studies
Prerequisite: GLOBAL 200
1063

GLOBAL 300

: Research Project
2022 Semester One (1223)
This capstone course provides the opportunity for the synthesis and application of skills and knowledge developed throughout the degree programme. Students complete a research project that applies all the components of the degree.
Subject: Global Studies
Prerequisite: GLOBAL 200
1064

GLOBAL 300

: Research Project
2021 Semester Two (1215)
This capstone course provides the opportunity for the synthesis and application of skills and knowledge developed throughout the degree programme. Students complete a research project that applies all the components of the degree.
Subject: Global Studies
Prerequisite: GLOBAL 200
1065

GLOBAL 300

: Research Project
2021 Semester One (1213)
This capstone course provides the opportunity for the synthesis and application of skills and knowledge developed throughout the degree programme. Students complete a research project that applies all the components of the degree.
Subject: Global Studies
Prerequisite: GLOBAL 200
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GLOBAL 304

: Global Issues Through the European Arts
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Investigates how artistic productions from different European traditions engage with and shape the world’s most pressing global issues. Considers the socio-political and cultural context of such productions, their ideological orientation and limitations. Uses case studies on the transnational dimensions of migration and exile, unsustainable environmental development, financial and health inequality, sexual slavery and drug trafficking, gender equality and political conflicts.
Subject: Global Studies
Prerequisite: 60 points passed in Global Studies
Restriction: GLOBAL 204
1067

GLOBAL 304

: Global Issues Through the European Arts
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Investigates how artistic productions from different European traditions engage with and shape the world’s most pressing global issues. Considers the socio-political and cultural context of such productions, their ideological orientation and limitations. Uses case studies on the transnational dimensions of migration and exile, unsustainable environmental development, financial and health inequality, sexual slavery and drug trafficking, gender equality and political conflicts.
Subject: Global Studies
Prerequisite: 60 points passed in Global Studies
Restriction: GLOBAL 204
1068

GLOBAL 352

: Asian Cities: Growth and Transition
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Explores urbanisation and development in Asia as processes from a variety of disciplinary approaches to provide a comprehensive global studies analysis of these interrelated concepts. Focuses on critical topics such as pollution, housing, labour, gender, mobility, and education. The geographical breadth of the course covers East, Southeast, and South Asia.
Subject: Global Studies
Prerequisite: 30 points passed at Stage II
Restriction: GLOBAL 252
1069

GLOBAL 700

: Themes in Global Studies
2024 Semester One (1243)
Critically reviews the field of Global studies from an advanced theoretical perspective. Readings explore key concepts such as globalisation/antiglobalisation, inequality, transnationalism, labour, the environment, and public health. Emphasis on transdisciplinary theories concerning human rights, environmental sustainability, global business, Māori and indigenous issues, and cultural industries.
Subject: Global Studies
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1070

GLOBAL 700

: Themes in Global Studies
2023 Semester One (1233)
Critically reviews the field of Global studies from an advanced theoretical perspective. Readings explore key concepts such as globalisation/antiglobalisation, inequality, transnationalism, labour, the environment, and public health. Emphasis on transdisciplinary theories concerning human rights, environmental sustainability, global business, Māori and indigenous issues, and cultural industries.
Subject: Global Studies
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1071

GLOBAL 701

: Contemporary Issues in Global Studies
2024 Semester One (1243)
Considers the current landscape of Global Studies at the intersection of theory and case studies. Investigates the novelty and challenges in approaching the world’s most pressing problems using a Global Studies-inflected theoretical lens. Uses case studies from the Pacific and driven by indigenous knowledge to solve practical problems like social, economic, and health inequality, unsustainable environmental development, and political conflict.
Subject: Global Studies
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1072

GLOBAL 701

: Contemporary Issues in Global Studies
2023 Semester One (1233)
Considers the current landscape of Global Studies at the intersection of theory and case studies. Investigates the novelty and challenges in approaching the world’s most pressing problems using a Global Studies-inflected theoretical lens. Uses case studies from the Pacific and driven by indigenous knowledge to solve practical problems like social, economic, and health inequality, unsustainable environmental development, and political conflict.
Subject: Global Studies
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1073

GLOBAL 701

: Contemporary Issues in Global Studies
2022 Semester One (1223)
Considers the current landscape of Global Studies at the intersection of theory and case studies. Investigates the novelty and challenges in approaching the world’s most pressing problems using a Global Studies-inflected theoretical lens. Uses case studies from the Pacific and driven by indigenous knowledge to solve practical problems like social, economic, and health inequality, unsustainable environmental development, and political conflict.
Subject: Global Studies
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1074

GLOBAL 702

: Global Studies Research Design
2024 Semester Two (1245)
An advanced examination of research design approaches with an emphasis on non-Western, Māori/Pacific, and indigenous methodologies. Surveys Global Studies methods and research design pathways, including those established in the Pacific and in indigenous contexts. Explorers methods required for advanced studies in the field.
Subject: Global Studies
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1075

GLOBAL 702

: Global Studies Research Design
2023 Semester Two (1235)
An advanced examination of research design approaches with an emphasis on non-Western, Māori/Pacific, and indigenous methodologies. Surveys Global Studies methods and research design pathways, including those established in the Pacific and in indigenous contexts. Explorers methods required for advanced studies in the field.
Subject: Global Studies
No pre-requisites or restrictions