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BRUSSELS IN BELGIUM AND IN EUROPE: A SOCIO-URBANIST APPROACH
Country - Partner Institution - Programs: Belgium - IFE, Brussels - 'Field Research & Internship, Brussels'
UC Course SubjectSociology
Economics
Urban Studies
Number & Suffix: 125
Full UC Title: BRUSSELS IN BELGIUM AND IN EUROPE: A SOCIO-URBANIST APPROACH 
Transcript Title: BRUSSELS:SOC-URBAN 
UC QTR Units - Division: 4.5 - Upper Division 
Course Description: The goal of this course is to draw on Sociology, Economics and Urbanism to understand Brussels specifically, and the Belgian cityscape more generally, in the context of European urban experience. Furthermore, examining the city will help students to grasp the sociological characteristics of Belgium in a European framework and in counterpoint to the United States. By focusing on dynamics and problems – demographics, social stratification, social stakes, labor markets, migrations, inter-cultural relations, relation to Europe, Brussels’ role as an national and European capital, etc. - a multidimensional and integrated viewpoint will be constructed. 
Language of Instruction: French
 
Partner Title: BRUSSELS IN BELGIUM AND IN EUROPE: A SOCIO-URBANIST APPROACH 
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