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This course provides an opportunity to explore, in depth, the development and application of four important concepts in human geography. Each concept is introduced in a lecture and then discussed in a related tutorial and individual coursework assignment. The course analyses the development and research application of key ideas, and introduces you to contemporary conceptual debate in the discipline. In these ways GG3570 provides an excellent springboard for Senior Honours study. Which concepts are covered will depend on the composition of the teaching team. In recent years they have included: networks; resilience; landscape; and transnational migration.
|Second Sub Session
|15 credits (7.5 ECTS credits)
This course examines economic, cultural, social, political and environmental change from a spatial perspective, using a selection of key geographical concepts and related case studies. The concepts to be addressed include, for example: space, place (region or landscape), power, nature/culture hybridity, mobility, difference/diversity and identity, and uneven development/globalisation. The various themes are team-taught by staff, often using examples drawn from their own fields of research in areas such as transport, agri-food/rural change and political ecology.
Information on contact teaching time is available from the course guide.
4x Short Essays (worth 100% of the overall course mark)
Alternative Resit Assessment
Resubmission of failed coursework components usually permitted, but with mark capped at CGS D3/9. Contact course coordinator.
There are no assessments for this course.
|ILO’s for this course are available in the course guide.