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    California State University Channel Islands
   
 
  Dec 17, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalog
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ANTH 332 - Human Ecology (Cross-listed as ESRM 332)


Units: 3
Three hours lecture per week
Prerequisite: Junior Standing or Consent of Instructor
This human ecology course places humans into the environment in historical and global contexts. Discusses systems theory as it applies to human adaptation to the environment. Studies the relations among political power, ideology, and resources, integrating concepts from ecology with those from social sciences. Theories and forecasts of human population growth and migration among regions and cultures. Social and environmental impacts of population and age distribution. Natural resource constraints on growth. Topics from land development, resource planning, environmental quality, politics, economic growth, conflicts and wars.
Same as: ESRM 332  
GenEd: D, UDIGE



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