GGS 103: Human Geography
GGS 103-001: Human Geography
03:00 PM to 04:15 PM TR
Innovation Hall 132
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Overview of major ideas and approaches to studying spatial aspects of human social and behavioral systems. Surveys distribution and movement of human populations, characteristics and distribution of cultural mosaics, patterns of economic interdependence, and study of forces of cooperation and conflict among people from global perspective. Limited to three attempts.
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