Geography (GEOG) - Themes in Social and Cultural Geography

GEOG 4227  Themes in Social and Cultural Geography


GEOG 2136 and GEOG 2146


Three hours of lecture per week for one term.




The main components of this course examine the impact of human society and culture on the earth's surface. It seeks to understand how places develop meaning for people, through the analysis of socio-cultural processes, landscapes, and identities. Topics may include ethnic divisions, religious denominations, and socio-professional structures.

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