Introduction to Human Geography
Map the ways in which human activity affects the planet physically and culturally. Traverse the changing landscape of technology and society. Unpack globalisation. Explore trends connecting population growth, economics and environmental impact.
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At the completion of this subject students will have been:
- discuss the concepts of space place and power distributions in the make-up of society
- recognise the cultural economic and environmental dimensions of world population growth and trends
- analyse the relationships between the changing economic structure of society and the environmental impact of human activity
- develop skills in the interpretation and analysis of data.
- Geography and Space-Time
- Population (Demography)
- Population Aging
- Population Migration
- Globalisation and Culture
- Boundaries and cultural diversity
- Economic Geography: Livelihoods
- Economic Geography: Core-Periphery
- Urbanisation and City Form
- Sea and Tree Change Communities
- Geography Matters
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- Online Quiz (20%)