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GEOG 103 Multicultural World, Global Issues

This is an introductory course focusing on human/cultural geography, and how global and multicultural issues affect communities around the world. The course emphasizes modes of critical spatial thinking, stressing both considerations of 'space and place' and the interconnected roles of the 'local' and 'global' in shaping our world. Topics include the global distribution of population, migration, popular culture, languages, religions, identities, politics, urbanization, food and agriculture, economic/development systems, and environmental issues.