Geography: culture, regions, and international development: Recommended
Geography: culture, regions, and international development at Virginia Tech
Culture, regions, and international development geography research is centered on the geographic dimensions of economic, political, and cultural phenomena to understand the significance of where people and their activities are located, how people use and perceive space and resources, and how processes of globalization are transforming regions, countries, and localities.
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