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GEOG 202

: Cities, Regions and Communities
2020 Semester One (1203)
A critical examination of geographic processes and consequences in contemporary society. Topics are selected from the instructors' research interests, which include: the transformation of urban places and spaces; the forms and location of industries and retailing; social geographies of the city; New Zealand's linkages with the global economy and society; urban historical geographies; and demographic and social changes in New Zealand and the Pacific region.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: 60 points
1177

GEOG 205

: Environment and Society
2022 Semester Two (1225)
A critical exploration of the interconnectedness of environment and society. The course highlights the importance of understanding how different views and attitudes influence people's interactions with the environment. Key themes include governance, management and development, which are addressed through issues such as conservation, climate change adaptation, disasters and resource use. Classes draw on a variety of case studies from New Zealand and overseas.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: 60 points
1178

GEOG 205

: Environment and Society
2022 Summer School (1220)
A critical exploration of the interconnectedness of environment and society. The course highlights the importance of understanding how different views and attitudes influence people's interactions with the environment. Key themes include governance, management and development, which are addressed through issues such as conservation, climate change adaptation, disasters and resource use. Classes draw on a variety of case studies from New Zealand and overseas.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: 60 points
1179

GEOG 205

: Environment and Society
2021 Semester Two (1215)
A critical exploration of the interconnectedness of environment and society. The course highlights the importance of understanding how different views and attitudes influence people's interactions with the environment. Key themes include governance, management and development, which are addressed through issues such as conservation, climate change adaptation, disasters and resource use. Classes draw on a variety of case studies from New Zealand and overseas.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: 60 points
1180

GEOG 205

: Environment and Society
2021 Summer School (1210)
A critical exploration of the interconnectedness of environment and society. The course highlights the importance of understanding how different views and attitudes influence people's interactions with the environment. Key themes include governance, management and development, which are addressed through issues such as conservation, climate change adaptation, disasters and resource use. Classes draw on a variety of case studies from New Zealand and overseas.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: 60 points
1181

GEOG 205

: Environment and Society
2020 Semester Two (1205)
A critical exploration of the interconnectedness of environment and society. The course highlights the importance of understanding how different views and attitudes influence people's interactions with the environment. Key themes include governance, management and development, which are addressed through issues such as conservation, climate change adaptation, disasters and resource use. Classes draw on a variety of case studies from New Zealand and overseas.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: 60 points
1182

GEOG 205

: Environment and Society
2020 Summer School (1200)
A critical exploration of the interconnectedness of environment and society. The course highlights the importance of understanding how different views and attitudes influence people's interactions with the environment. Key themes include governance, management and development, which are addressed through issues such as conservation, climate change adaptation, disasters and resource use. Classes draw on a variety of case studies from New Zealand and overseas.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: 60 points
1183

GEOG 250

: Geographical Research in Practice
2023 Semester One (1233)
A critical exploration of the research experience in geography. Case studies and field work demonstrate approaches to understanding the complex interactions of social and environmental processes. Students will develop practical skills in problem identification, research methodologies, ethics and analytical practices.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: 60 points
1184

GEOG 250

: Geographical Research in Practice
2022 Semester One (1223)
A critical exploration of the research experience in geography. Case studies and field work demonstrate approaches to understanding the complex interactions of social and environmental processes. Students will develop practical skills in problem identification, research methodologies, ethics and analytical practices.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: 60 points
1185

GEOG 250

: Geographical Research in Practice
2021 Semester One (1213)
A critical exploration of the research experience in geography. Case studies and field work demonstrate approaches to understanding the complex interactions of social and environmental processes. Students will develop practical skills in problem identification, research methodologies, ethics and analytical practices.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: 60 points
1186

GEOG 250

: Geographical Research in Practice
2020 Semester One (1203)
A critical exploration of the research experience in geography. Case studies and field work demonstrate approaches to understanding the complex interactions of social and environmental processes. Students will develop practical skills in problem identification, research methodologies, ethics and analytical practices.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: 60 points
1187

GEOG 261

: Climate and Society
2023 Semester One (1233)
Exploration of themes in climatology, meteorology, hydro-climatology and oceanography with a focus on the nature and role of key processes. These will be examined in relation to key issues for society such as extreme weather events, drought, floods, air pollution and climate change.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: GEOG 101
Restriction: EARTHSCI 261
1188

GEOG 261

: Climate and Society
2022 Semester One (1223)
Exploration of themes in climatology, meteorology, hydro-climatology and oceanography with a focus on the nature and role of key processes. These will be examined in relation to key issues for society such as extreme weather events, drought, floods, air pollution and climate change.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: GEOG 101
Restriction: EARTHSCI 261
1189

GEOG 261

: Climate, Hydrology and Biogeography
2020 Semester One (1203)
Exploration of themes in climatology, hydrology, and biogeography with a focus on the nature and role of key processes at various spatial and temporal scales in the biosphere. The role of climate as a fundamental driver of hydrological and biogeographical processes is an important theme.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: GEOG 101
Restriction: EARTHSCI 261
1190

GEOG 262

: Geomorphology
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Introduces fundamental concepts in geomorphology for geologists and physical geographers. Key aspects of geomorphology, sedimentology, and earth surface processes are introduced by studying the temporal and spatial development of coastal and river landforms. Applied techniques for earth and environmental sciences, including field, remote sensing, GIS mapping, and modelling.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: GEOG 101
Restriction: EARTHSCI 262
1191

GEOG 262

: Geomorphology
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Introduces fundamental concepts in geomorphology for geologists and physical geographers. Key aspects of geomorphology, sedimentology, and earth surface processes are introduced by studying the temporal and spatial development of coastal and river landforms. Applied techniques for earth and environmental sciences, including field, remote sensing, GIS mapping, and modelling.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: GEOG 101
Restriction: EARTHSCI 262
1192

GEOG 262

: Geomorphology
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Introduces fundamental concepts in geomorphology for geologists and physical geographers. Key aspects of geomorphology, sedimentology, and earth surface processes are introduced by studying the temporal and spatial development of coastal and river landforms. Applied techniques for earth and environmental sciences, including field, remote sensing, GIS mapping, and modelling.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: GEOG 101
Restriction: EARTHSCI 262
1193

GEOG 305

: Population, Health and Society
2023 Semester One (1233)
A survey of major themes in population, health and social geography. An examination of the dynamics of population complements analyses of health and healthcare, the education sector, the welfare state, and the changing character of urban places.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage II
1194

GEOG 305

: Population, Health and Society
2022 Semester Two (1225)
A survey of major themes in population, health and social geography. An examination of the dynamics of population complements analyses of health and healthcare, the education sector, the welfare state, and the changing character of urban places.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage II
1195

GEOG 305

: Population, Health and Society
2021 Semester One (1213)
A survey of major themes in population, health and social geography. An examination of the dynamics of population complements analyses of health and healthcare, the education sector, the welfare state, and the changing character of urban places.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage II
1196

GEOG 305

: Population, Health and Society
2020 Semester One (1203)
A survey of major themes in population, health and social geography. An examination of the dynamics of population complements analyses of health and healthcare, the education sector, the welfare state, and the changing character of urban places.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage II
1197

GEOG 307

: Urban Geography
2022 Semester One (1223)
Analysis of key processes shaping socio-cultural geographies of contemporary cities. Using international and local examples, issues such as the economy of cities, the culture of cities, home and housing, segregation and polarisation, the imaging of cities and sustainability are explored.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage II
1198

GEOG 307

: Urban Geography
2020 Semester One (1203)
Analysis of key processes shaping socio-cultural geographies of contemporary cities. Using international and local examples, issues such as the economy of cities, the culture of cities, home and housing, segregation and polarisation, the imaging of cities and sustainability are explored.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage II
1199

GEOG 308

: Geopolitics and Indigenous Rights
2022 Semester One (1223)
Examines Indigenous peoples as agents of geopolitical change. Introduces colonial/decolonial geographies to demonstrate the geopolitical implications of Indigenous ways of knowing, being and doing. Key themes include: territory and geopolitics; Indigenous identities, subject-formation and intersectionality; Indigenous knowledges, rights and political agency; and, Indigenous relationships with non-Indigenous peoples.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage II
Restriction: GEOG 312
1200

GEOG 315

: Research Design and Methods in Human Geography
2020 Semester Two (1205)
A lecture, practical and field course, the focus of which is a residential field section during the mid-semester study break. The course provides students with experience in designing and executing a research project. It is designed both to prepare students for the increasing number of jobs that require these research skills and as an introduction to research for those proceeding to higher degrees.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: GEOG 250 and either GEOG 202 or 205 and 15 points from GEOG 302, 305, 307, 312, 320, 322-327, 352, or equivalent