GEOG 105
Cultural Geography  
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3 units
3 hours weekly
Advisory: Completion of ENGL 101 or concurrent enrollment, and Eligibility for College Level Reading and MATH 102.

An introduction to the fundamental concepts of human geography allowing students to explore the spatial patterns created by the interactions of diverse ethnic groups. Students will use basic geographic concepts to explore relationships between human cultures and their environments, race and ethnicity, diffusion of languages, religions and social customs. Students will explore issues in human population dynamics and migrations and investigate impacts of patterns created by political boundaries and economic development.
Syllabus, Fall 2016 (pdf, 226kb)
Schedule, Fall 2016 (pdf, 49kb)
Introduction to Human Geography textbook (link to Dr. Graves' website)
Reader (pdf, 23kb)

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Final Study Guide (pdf, 40kb)

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