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Environment and Development - (NRSM 575)

Credits: 3 | Offered: Spring
Co-requisites: Co-convened with NRSM 475
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Description:

Examines key social forces that influence how individuals, groups and nation-states understand and live within their bio-physical environments, especially policies and processes relating to development, corporate capitalism, globalization, culture, class and other forms of power and social relations. Pays close attention to ways both indigenous and introduced resource use and management practices (including conservation) variably impact people of different races, classes, genders, cultures and livelihood practices.