Urban Geography

Urban Geography

Prefix: 
GEO
Course Number: 
422

Examines the relationship between urbanization and the larger social and economic contexts within which city growth occurs. Surveys a range of theoretical perspectives on the internal socio-economic structure and built environment of cities, including the contributions by Chicago School, neoclassical, marxist, and postmodern theorists. Emphasis also placed on relevant environmental, social, and political problems of cities. Primary focus is on North American cities, but includes cross-cultural comparisons.

Sections

Spring 2018
Section Credits Room Instructor Syllabus
GEO 422-001 3.0 Rm.316 Andrew M. Wood
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