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GEO1111 Human Geography: Diverse Worlds
Credit Points: 15

Human geography offers insights into the diversity of changes happening around us.  This unit allows for description and interpretation of places, societies and landscapes created during the interaction between humans and their environments.  What are the ways in which humans have conceptualized the nature and meanings of their environments?  What does it mean to think geographically?  We cover a wide range of topics and explore past and present cultural landscapes.

This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
SPAABODocumentary Journalism Area of Specialisation
SPAACJDocumentary Journalism Area of Specialisation
MAGEOGeography Major
MIAAAYHeritage Planning Minor
MIAAAZInternational Planning Perspectives Minor
MAAABJSocial Planning Major
SPAABTSpecialist Reporting Area of Specialisation
SPAACOSpecialist Reporting Area of Specialisation
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 30/09/2006 VET: 30/09/2006