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EALC 100: EAST ASIA: AN INTRODUCTION
Basic introduction to China, Japan, and Korea. Intended to help students understand the unique character of each of these three cultures within the general framework of East Asian civilization, comprehend the historical importance of the three countries, and appreciate the crucia...
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EALC 101: ELEMENTARY CHINESE 1
An introductory course that lays groundwork for the study of modern Chinese. It aims at fostering proficiency in all four language skills (aural understanding, speaking, reading, and writing), and helping students handle simple tasks in daily routines. Basic sentence patterns, vo...
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EALC 102: ELEMENTARY CHINESE 2
Continuation of C101. II Sem.
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EALC 110: JAPANESE FOR ADVANCED BEGINNERS
Designed for students who already have some familiarity with beginner-level Japanese, but who are not proficient enough in the language to meet the prerequisite for J102. The goal of the course is to enable students to improve their speaking, listening, reading, writing, and more...
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EALC 120: JAPANESE BUSINESS AND PUBLIC POLICY
Examines modern Japan's economic performance including treatment of economic history, business organization, techniques of factory management, the employment system, trade unions, the role of women, and state policy toward industry and welfare. Also briefly examines U.S.-Japan tr...
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EALC 200: INTRODUCTION TO EAST ASIAN STUDIES
A broad survey of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean civilizations that examines the idea of East Asia as a region with unifying social, cultural, and political characteristics, and its different societies, introducing analytic frameworks that have guided recent understandings of East...
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EALC 201: 2ND YEAR CHINESE 1
Building on the grammar and lexicon from first-year, students will explore the broader cultural context in which language is used, experience more subtle oral and written forms, and learn to use perspectives in addition to the speaker's. I Sem.
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EALC 202: 2ND YEAR CHINESE 2
Continuation of C201. II Sem.
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EALC 231: JAPAN: THE LIVING TRADITION
An introduction into the patterns of Japanese culture: society, history, visual arts, literary masterpieces, performing arts, and living religious traditions.
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EALC 252: MODERN EAST ASIAN CIVILIZATION
Contrasting patterns of indigenous change and response to Western imperialism in East Asia during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. China and Japan receive primary consideration; Korea and Vietnam, secondary. Emphasis on the rise of nationalism and other movements directed ...
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