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Processes of Human Ecology

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Description: The field of human ecology incorporates knowledge from both the social and the natural sciences. Having a fundamental understanding of the processes and drivers of human ecology, natural ecology, and the environment is important for personal choices and decision making. Using a combination of lectures, case studies (the social, legislative, regulatory and mass media communications that play a key role in influencing human interactions with the natural world) and social science experimentation, this course will focus on understanding the key background content of natural science processes, with an emphasis on interrelatedness and the interplay of social, cultural and physical environments.

Credits: 3

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