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GEOG 423 Geographic Perspectives on Gender, Environment, and Development (Units: 3)

Prerequisites: Upper division standing; ENG 214; or consent of instructor.

Explores geographic frameworks linking gender and environment and examines how they have influenced the practice of development. Case studies from US, Latin America, Africa and Asia. Topics include global restructuring, gender-population-environment.
(This course is offered as GEOG 423 and WGS 423. Students may not repeat the course under an alternate prefix.)

Bachelor of Arts in Geography Roadmap

...Focus on Human Geography GEOG 422 Environmental Perception (3 units) GEOG 423 Geographic Perspectives on...