|Course Title||TRIBAL GAMING|
|Full Title||Tribal Gaming: Cultural and Political Context|
|Description||Social and political context of American Indian tribal gaming, political relationships between federal and tribal governments, contemporary examples of tribal gaming, sociocultural and economic forces leading to gaming as strategy for economic development, and responses by non-Indian communities to tribal gaming.|
|Prerequisite||Upper division standing.|
|Statement||Same course as American Indian Studies 370.|
Class will meet face/face TBA. Alternate weeks will meet online.
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