Contemporary Human Geography B

The module draws upon those key sub-disciplines within Human Geography considering their academic development, along with key concepts and debates. The semester will finish with a conclusion to the course, revision meetings and a discussion of the type of exam to be expected.

By the end of the module students should be able to:

  • Have achieved a broader understanding of the scope and changing nature of human geography at degree level be able to identify key themes and concepts within human geography’s sub-disciplines, with particular reference those taught in the semester.
  • Build upon the theoretical understandings of Human Geography established in Contemporary Human Geography A.
  • Be able to relate basic conceptual understandings within human geography to real world issues have established a solid foundation for progression to Level 2 human geography.