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Dr. Robert Mullaney-Study Abroad Ireland

Wheel of Fortune

Enhance your understanding of the differences of human ability and occupation in Irish society through interviews, observation, site visits, attendance at community events and gatherings, self-reflection, daily journal writing, and presentations. Students will critically observe people at some fifteen sites, such as Trinity College, National Library and Museum, and St. Patrick's Cathedral.

In this class, students will conduct interviews and analyze the differences in occupations (or what people do), while learning about the indigenous cultures and assessing how factors such as politics, history, religion, diversity and culture influence occupations and how individuals value what they do.

3 Credits (Lower Division / Upper Division); or Freshman - Senior Students can earn credit towards their degree for this course.

Please contact Dr. Robert Mullaney with any questions, robert.mullaney@eku.edu.

Scholarship Opportunity: https://www.facebook.com/CooperativeCenterforStudyAbroad/posts/1855762151304462

Also Spin the Wheel Scholarship Opportunity: http://studyabroad.eku.edu/spin-wheel-scholarship

Published on January 23, 2017

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