一、課程基本資料 Course Information 科目名稱 Course Title： (中文)全球化趨勢中文化差異的充權觀點雙溪全英語 (英文)CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN THE AGE OF GLOBALIZATION: AN EMPOWERMENT PERSPECTIVE 授課教師 Instructor：葛書倫 科目代碼 Course Code：BNA03601 單全學期 Semester/Year：單 人數限制 Class Size：50 分組組別 Section：雙溪全英語 必選修別 Required/Elective：選 學分數 Credit(s)：3 星期節次 Day/Session： 二 789 前次異動時間 Time Last Edited：103 年 07 月 21 日 07 時 48 分 二、指定教科書及參考資料 Textbooks and Reference (請修課同學遵守智慧財產權，不得非法影印) ●指定教科書 Required Texts Gandana, Isti Siti Saleha, (2008) ‘Exploring Third Spaces: Negotiating Identities and Cultural Differences’, International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities & Nations 7(6): 143-150. Grant, C.A. and Grant, A. ( 2007) ‘Schooling and Globalization: What Do We Tell Our Kids & Clients? What Are We Being Told?’, Journal of Ethnic & Cultural Diversity in Social Work 16(3-4): 213-225. Khalideen, Rosetta (2008) ‘Voiceless in the Internationalized University Classroom: Diversity and the Dynamics of Difference’, International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities & Nations 7(6): 267-274. ●參考書資料暨網路資源 Reference Books and Online Resources 三、教學目標 Objectives The purposes of this course are to heighten understanding and appreciation of, as well as sensitivity to, diversity. Students are encouraged to explore how their own personal values, beliefs, and behavior may limit or expand their ability to understand and interact with people of diverse backgrounds － disadvantaged and oppressed people in particular. Therefore, the cognitive process and sensitivity will be emphasized in order to help students to clarify their attitudes and values dealing with self and others. 四、課程內容 Course Description ●整體敘述 Overall Description This course aims to provide students with knowledge and/or skills to understand and/or interact with physically, socially, mentally, psychologically, and economically disadvantaged and oppressed people in the times of globalization. Concepts in this course will include ethnicity, culture, gender, minority and majority group, marginality, prejudice, stereotypes (labeling), social stratification, power, inequality, oppression, group and individual discrimination, racism, ethnocentrism, sexism, homophobia, and xenophobia. Additionally, from an empowerment perspective, this course will examine the adaptive capabilities and strengths of disadvantaged and oppressed people and how such capabilities and strengths can be recognized by others. ●分週敘述 Weekly Schedule 週次 Wk 日期 Date 課程內容 Content 備註 Note
1 13 14 15 16 17 18 7 8 9 10 11 2 3 4 5 6 12 9/16 Introduction and overview of the course 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18 11/25 12/2 Lecture/dialogue/small group discussion Film（Last train home） Lecture/dialogue/small group discussion Film（Black gold） Lecture/dialogue/small group discussion Agency visit Lecture/dialogue/small group discussion Mid-term/Library study!! Lecture/dialogue/small group discussion Guess speaker Lecture/dialogue/small group discussion 12/9 12/16 12/23 12/30 1/6 1/13 Film（Thirsty planet: Waters of discord & water for profit） Lecture/dialogue/small group discussion Film（McLibel） Oral presentation!! Oral presentation!! Reflection, Final paper due !!