End of course student presentations in INTA 2803: Meaning of Global Citizenship

This course explores the meaning of global citizenship as it has evolved in scholarly debates as well as how it is practiced by individuals and institutionalized by universities, corporations and other organizations that deploy the concept as a strategic goal or a set of value commitments. The course will be anchored by a survey of the relevant concepts, theories and analytical tools from the Social Sciences and Humanities, that enable student to think critically and systematically about our subject matter, particularly as it is bound up with complex constructs such as national identity., globalization and the causes and consequences of human migration. Concepts and tools from Intercultural Communication and Social psychology are also drawn upon to facilitate an active investigation of perception, values, and problems-solving approaches, all which differ in patterned ways across cultures, and exert tremendous influence on how we define global citizenship.

Recent Submissions

  • INTA 2803: Global Citizenship Survey Discussion 

    Royster, Jacqueline J.; Birchfield, Vicki L.; Jordan, Esther S.; Henry, Amy; Halka, Monika; Coffey, Brian; Estis , Andrew; Kavanaugh, Taylor; Wanigatunga, Melanie; Owens, Audrey; Robey-Phillips, Emily; Stargel, Chloe; Trew, Jenilee; Berry, Alex; Harris, Andrea; Abernathy, Brandon; Zhao, Hal (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-12-04)
  • Globalization at Georgia Tech 

    Berry, Alex; Harris, Andrea; Abernathy, Brandon; Zhao, Hal (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-12-04)
  • Global Citizenship Student Survey 

    Owens, Audrey; Robey-Phillips, Emily; Stargel, Chloe; Trew, Jenilee (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-12-04)
  • Defining Global Citizenship 

    Coffey, Brian; Estis , Andrew; Kavanaugh, Taylor; Wanigatunga, Melanie (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-12-04)
    Throughout the class, we focused on a series of learning outcomes that were identified as critical to the evaluation and understanding of good global citizenship. These outcomes include expectations of good global citizenship, ...