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GEOG 1101

Human Geography: People, Places, and Cultures
Credit Hours:

Essential concepts include the interconnectedness of people and places, interactions between society, culture, and nature and the relationships between development, difference, and inequality. Topics may include population dynamics, cultural differences and identity, urbanization, globalization, geographies of power, natural and built human environments, food systems and agricultural geographies, and economic development.

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Duplicate Credit:
Not open to students with credit in GEOG 1101E, GEOG 2010H
Semester Offered:

Instructors of this Course

Distinguished Research Professor
Professor and Department Head
Professor of Geography

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