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IAFF 6898 : Capstone Workshop
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AS-MA: Asian Studies
IAFF-MA: International Affairs
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IAFF 6899 : Capstone Course
Elliott School of International Affairs
International Affairs (IAFF)
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The first part of a two-semester project that addresses a concrete policy problem or issue in international affairs. In small teams, students refine the policy question of the capstone project, develop a research strategy, select appropriate research methods, and begin research.
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IAFF 6898 Capstone Workshop - Marcus King - Fall 2013.docx
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