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Class Calendar for

WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY 5
Chabot College Spring 1999

This schedule is subject to change.

(last updated April 19, 1999)

First Meeting 1/25  
 Video Programs

 Textbook Readings
&
Assignment Due Dates

Internet Links
(added weekly)

1. Earthly Visions

2. Boundaries and Borderlands

 Introduction & appendix A

Assignment A due 2/2

 Unit A- Introduction to Geography

Map Related Sites

Introduction to the Web

3. Supranationalism and Devolution

4. East Looks West

5. The Transforming Industrial Coreland

6. Challenges on the Periphery

Chapter 1

Assignment B
due Tues. 2/16
 Unit B- Europe

 Meeting 2/22

 7. Facing Ethnic and Environmental Diversity

8. Central and Remote Economic Development

 Chapter 2

Assignment C
due Thurs. 2/25
 Unit C- Russian Realm

 9. Inner vs. 'Edge' Cities

10. Ethnic Fragmentation in Canada

11. Regions and Economics

 Chapter 3

Assignment D
due Thurs. 3/11
 Unit D- North America

Meeting 3/22

 14. Migration and Conquest

15. Andes and Amazon

16. Accelerating Growth

Chapter 4 & 5

Assignment E
due Thurs.3/25
 Unit E- Latin America

 17. Sacred Space Under Siege

18. Population, Food Supply, and Energy Development

  Chapter 6

Assignment F
due Tues. 3/30
 Unit F- North Africa & Southwest Asia

 19. The Legacy of Colonization

20. Understanding Sickness, Overcoming Prejudice

 Chapter 7

Assignment G
due Tues. 4/12
 Unit G- Sub-Saharan Africa
 21. Urban and Rural Contrasts

 Chapter 8

Assignment H
due Tues. 4/15
 Unit H- South Asia

   Meeting 4/19

 12. The Japanese Paradox: Small Farms & Mega-Cities

22. Life in China's Frontier Cities

23. China's Metropolitan Heartland

24. The Booming Maritime Edge

Chapter 9

Assignment I
due Thurs. 4/29
 Unit I- East Asia

 13. Global Interaction

25. Mainland Southeast Asia

26. Maritime Southeast Asia 

Chapters 10, 11, 12 & appendix C

Assignment J
due Thurs. 5/6
 Unit J- Asian Pacific Rim

   Last Meeting 5/10

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