Social Geography (GEOG 2241)

This course examines the spatial and environmental bases of societies, from historical and cultural perspectives, and explores the major theoretical concepts and empirical contexts of social geography: space and society, the body, the home, community, institutions, the street, the city, the rural, the nation, and the resort.

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