This course is a thematic study of human activity and the global distribution of these activities. Topics covered will include: global population, migration, culture, language, religion, ethnicity, political geography, development, agriculture, urban patterns, environment, and disasters.
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Post by Kimberley Peters
Breaking chains: the threat of piracy
Just a few years ago the threat of piracy – the seizure of huge cargo ships and the holding hostage of their crews – loomed large off of the coast of Somalia. 903 more words
The Law, Geography, Business, MHS, Media, and Anthropology Societies are calling YOU to take action! Ibrahim Halawa, is an Irish student, who is being illegally detained in an Eygyptian prison, after being caught up in a riot which broke out following a peaceful protest three years ago. 580 more words