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GEOG0100A-S13

Place And Society

Place and Society: Local to Global
This course is an introduction to how geographers view the world and contribute to our understanding of it. Where do the phenomena of human experience occur? Why are they there? What is the significance? These questions are fundamental for explaining the world at different scales from the global to the local. Throughout, we will focus on the spatial basis of society, its continual reorganization through time, and how various human and environmental problems can be usefully analyzed from a geographic perspective. (Open only to first-year students and sophomores) 3 hrs. lect./3 hrs. lab
Course Reference Number (CRN):
22129

Course

GEOG0100

All Sections in Spring 2013

Spring 2013

GEOG0100A-S13 Lecture (Knowles)
GEOG0100Y-S13 Lab (Knowles)
GEOG0100Z-S13 Lab (Knowles)