Portland-State-University 2014-2015 Bulletin

Geog 430 Cultural Geography

Explores cultural geography as a subfield of the discipline. Examines the major organizing concepts of cultural geography --cultural ecology, region, landscape, symbolism. Focus is on how these concepts are used in cultural geography, the evolution of research in each area, how the use and application of the concepts have changed over time, current theoretical developments, and how this subfield of geography fits into the discipline. Includes field work project. Also offered for graduate-level credit as Geog 530 and may be taken only once for credit.




Recommended prerequisite: Geog 230.
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