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Geography

Geography 346 – Political Geography (4)

The spatial structure of political units. The effect of political, economic, social, and Earth resource factors on the areas, shapes, and boundaries of these units, and on the distribution of populations and institutions.

Knowledge and Skills Developed:

  • Critical analysis of public issues, with an emphasis on their geographical aspects. Understanding of historical and contemporary political geography.
  • Understanding of historical and contemporary political geography.
  • Understanding of spatial, temporal and resource-based consideration that impact political decision making.