Basic introduction to Geography by way of a regional approach to human and environmental topics.
Todd Morehouse ()
Dates: June 15 - July 10, 2015
World Regional Geography customarily takes into account environmental, climatological, cultural, economic, social, and political factors to better understand the major regions of the world. On account of the short amount of time we have for this course, our focus will center on particular challenges related to the contemporary global environmental condition. Specifically, we will explore how relationships among social, political, and economic systems contribute to processes of environmental degradation. Furthermore, we will investigate how these same systems tend to distribute their negative effects unevenly, often to the detriment of marginalized populations around the world. *There is no required text to purchase for this course. All texts will be provided by the instructor.
Discussion Participation (30%) Journal Entries/Reading Reflections (20%) Op-ed Paper (1pg) (20%) Final Essay (3-4 pages) (30%)
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