A survey of the methods and models used to understand human responses to hazards. The course reviews the rich tradition of hazards research in geography, particularly through the lens of social science. The course will include discussions of both so-called "natural hazards" (e.g., floods, fires, earthquakes) and "technological hazards" (e.g., nuclear technology, genetically modified organisms, terrorism, war) as examples.
Antirequisite(s): The former Geography 2152A/B.
Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.
Course Weight: 0.50
Subject Code: GEOGRAPH
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