GEOG 10 - Cultural Geography
The human population studied through the perspective of cultural groups, their institutions and geographic distributions, how different people occupy, use, and modify their environment, and the interaction of individuals from one group with those of another.
Satisfies D: Social Sciences (formerly GE Area D1).
Grading: Letter Graded
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