Cultural Geography examines people, places, and environments on local, regional, national and international scales. Students will be provided the opportunity to study the interaction of people, their cultural perspectives and the physical environments they inhabit. Through detailed case studies students learn how demographic, environmental, cultural, social, political, and economic processes shape the geography of the world. These topics explored in this course directly link to and provide a foundation for sociology, economics, political science, history, civil engineering, ethnic studies, and gender studies.
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