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Module APPROACHES TO HUMAN GEOGRAPHY

Module code: GY305
Credits: 5
Semester: 1
Quota: 140
Department: GEOGRAPHY
International: Yes
Coordinator: Dr Adrian Kavanagh (GEOGRAPHY), Prof. Mark Boyle (GEOGRAPHY)
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This module will study the historical development of geography as an academic discipline and the social, political and historical contexts in which the subject developed. It will study how the development of geography has been shaped by different philosophical and theoretical approaches, and also analyse how these different schools of geography may approach specific topics or themes in geography in different ways. This module also aims to develop studentsí critical skills in terms of developing critiques of the different approaches taken to Geography, and aims to offer students theoretical frameworks to draw from, so as to provide them with a sound basis to build geographical research on.

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