Community Engaged Learning

Economic Geography

This course examined the inter-relations between technological and economic change, and related processes of uneven development, in both developed and developing world contexts.

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Community Economic Development

Community economic development (CED) is the process by which members of a low-income community, working with one another through community-accountable organizations and with other supporters, improve their economic well-being, increase their control over their economic lives, and build community power and decision-making.

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Race, Class and Community Development in South Africa

This course examines processes of community and regional development in the post-apartheid period in South Africa. Based primarily in the multi-cultural city of Durban on the Indian Ocean, this course examines both urban and rural community development challenges and opportunities, with a particular focus on issues of racial justice and sustainability.

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Other Courses


Community Development:Theories For Practice

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Digital Cities:Urban Processes And Urban Futures In The Information Age

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Labor In The Global Economy

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Methods Of Socio Spatial Analysis In Geography

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Race, Class And The Digital Economy:Inequality, Poverty And Urban Development In Pittsburgh And Durban

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Regional Equity In Practice

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