Module Catalogue 2017/18

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Module Code Module Title
GEO1005 Environmental Issues
GEO1010 Interconnected World
GEO1015 Contemporary Human Geography of the UK
GEO1016 Contemporary Human Geography of the UK (Semester 1 for Exchange Students)
GEO1018 Geographical Analysis
GEO1019 Physical Geography Field Course
GEO1020 Introduction to Physical Geography
GEO1022 Environmental Issues (Semester 2 for Exchange Students)
GEO1096 Geographical Skills
GEO1100 Interconnected World: Economic, Social and Political Geographies - Semester 2
GEO1102 Interconnected World: Foundations and Development Geographies - Semester 1
GEO1103 Quantitative Geographical Analysis
GEO2037 Ireland Fieldtrip
GEO2042 Aquatic Pollution
GEO2043 Key Methods for Human Geographers
GEO2047 Political Geography
GEO2099 Economic Geography
GEO2100 Contested Geographies of New York City
GEO2103 Development & Globalisation
GEO2108 Physical Geography Fieldcourse III: Morocco
GEO2110 Social Geographies
GEO2111 Doing Human Geography Research: Theory and Practice
GEO2112 Student Exchange Semester 2
GEO2114 Economic Geographies: Semester 1 (study abroad)
GEO2123 Social experiments, diverse economies: Copenhagen Field Course
GEO2124 The creative and knowledge-based economy: Berlin field course
GEO2125 Fieldwork at Home
GEO2127 Doing Physical Geography Research: Theory and Practice
GEO2129 Development & Globalisation - Semester 1 (Study Abroad)
GEO2130 Development & Globalisation - Semester 2 (Study Abroad)
GEO2135 Rivers
GEO2136 Global Environmental Change
GEO2137 Key Methods for Physical Geographers
GEO2138 Community Volunteering: A Geography Perspective
GEO2139 Exploring Everyday Political Geographies in a Divided City: Nicosia
GEO2224 Sustainable Urban Development: Barcelona Field Course
GEO2225 Citizenship in a global city: Hong Kong
GEO2226 Glacial Environments
GEO2227 Physical Geography Field course: New Zealand
GEO3098 Dissertation for Study Abroad Students
GEO3099 Dissertation
GEO3102 Geopolitics
GEO3103 Geographies of Money
GEO3108 International and Historical Perspectives on Race
GEO3110 Tectonic Geomorphology
GEO3114 Local and Regional Development
GEO3115 Student Exchange
GEO3117 Global Water Resources
GEO3125 Critical history, participatory theory and practice in the Caribbean
GEO3128 Polar Environments
GEO3130 Mapping the city: the urban form, transformation, and experience
GEO3131 Aerial Geographies
GEO3134 Geographies of Sustainability
GEO3135 Geographies of Gender and Generation
GEO3136 Applied Geomorphology and Natural Hazards
GEO3139 Geographies of Mobility and Communications
GEO3141 Cities of the Global South
GEO3143 Community Volunteering: A Geography Perspective
GEO3145 Humanitarianism: Representation, Intervention and Rescue
GEO3147 Palaeoclimates
GEO3148 Emotional Geographies of Everyday Life
GEO8002 Local and Regional Development Theory and Policy
GEO8007 Local and Regional Development: Methodology, Analysis and Statistics
GEO8015 Doing Geographical Research
GEO8016 Philosophies in Human Geography
GEO8017 Human Geography: Concepts in Action
GEO8018 Local and Regional Development and Governance
GEO8089 Research Dissertation
GEO9089 Research Dissertation
ICM0028 Intercalating module for L241
POL1000 Introduction to Politics and History
POL1017 Governing Under Pressure: The Politics of the UK & EU
POL1032 Introduction to International Politics
POL1045 Truth, Lies and Politics
POL1046 Order and Disorder: The Shaping of the 21st Century
POL1047 Power, Participation and Democracy: Comparative Perspectives
POL1048 Foundations of Modern Political Thought
POL1131 Studying Political Economy: Ideas, Theories and Skills
POL2012 Politics of the Middle East
POL2022 Government and Politics of the USA
POL2034 The Politics and Policy of the European Union
POL2072 Student Exchange: Semester 2
POL2078 Critical International Politics
POL2081 Research Methods in Politics
POL2082 Political Violence and the Modern State
POL2087 Contemporary Russian Politics
POL2088 The Politics of Africa: Africa's place in Global Politics
POL2090 Contemporary Political Philosophy
POL2091 The Politics of Happiness
POL2093 Politics, Participation and Citizenship in the Digital Age
POL2094 The United Nations- An introduction to International Organisation and global governance
POL2096 Politics Work Placement
POL2109 Global Development: Introduction to International Political Economy
POL2110 Security Studies
POL2111 Democracy or Dictatorship? What are the differences and how do we analyse them
POL3043 GEUS Year Abroad
POL3046 Dissertation in Politics
POL3047 Project in Politics: Semester 1
POL3048 Project in Politics: Semester 2
POL3071 Student Exchange : Semester 1
POL3076 Student Exchange (Dissertation students)
POL3079 The Government and Politics of Italy
POL3081 International Political Thought
POL3084 Student Exchange Semester 2 (Dissertation/research project)
POL3085 Student Exchange: Semester 2
POL3092 Political Parties and Elections in the UK
POL3099 Power, Security & Protest in the Middle East
POL3100 History of World Political Thought
POL3103 Community-based Research in Politics
POL3104 The Fall and Rise of China
POL3106 Democracy in Deeply Divided Societies
POL3107 Documentary Film and World Politics
POL3108 The Politics of the Far Right in Europe
POL3109 Gender, Campaigns and Media
POL3110 International Organization and Diplomacy
POL3111 UK Parliamentary Studies
POL3112 Revitalising British Democracy
POL3114 Environmental Politics and Animal Ethics
POL3116 War, Terror, and Justice
POL3117 Politics of Immigration
POL8003 Integration in Europe
POL8005 Theories and Theorists of International Political Economy
POL8006 Theories of International Relations
POL8018 The State in the International Political Economy
POL8020 American Foreign Policy
POL8029 The Politics of Global Change
POL8036 The European Union as an International Actor
POL8038 Doing Political Research
POL8039 Global Justice and Human Rights
POL8040 War, Terrorism and Peace: Ethical Perspectives
POL8041 Thinking About Global Politics
POL8043 Globalisation, Poverty and Development
POL8044 Critical Geopolitics
POL8048 World Politics and Popular Culture
POL8051 Ethics in IR
POL8098 Dissertation
POL8099 Dissertation
SOC1027 Comparing Cultures
SOC1029 Doing Sociology
SOC1030 The Sociological Imagination: An Introduction to the Discipline
SOC1031 Knowing in Sociology: An Introduction to Theory, Methods and Epistemology
SOC1032 Politics and Society
SOC1033 Understanding Everyday Life
SOC2038 Conceptualising Gender
SOC2041 Issues in Urban Sociology
SOC2056 Sociology of Health and Illness
SOC2058 Understanding Social Change and Transformation
SOC2067 Consumer Cultures: An Anthropological Perspective
SOC2069 Researching Social Life I
SOC2070 Researching Social Life II
SOC2071 The Sociology of Childhood
SOC2082 Politics of the Arts
SOC2084 Social Invention of Central Europe
SOC2086 Crime, Culture and Society
SOC3045 Regulating Sexuality
SOC3073 Exploring Social Complexity
SOC3085 Student Exchange
SOC3091 CSI Newcastle: The Sociology of the Forensic Sciences
SOC3092 Moral Dilemmas, Judgements and Debates: The Anthropology of Rights and Wrongs
SOC3094 Class in Everyday Life
SOC3095 The Internet and Society
SOC3096 Educational Inequalities in a Global Age
SOC3097 Dissertation
SOC8034 Social Divisions and Inequality
SOC8036 Sociological and Cultural Perspectives
SOC8044 Being, Belonging and Identity
SOC8048 Visual Sociologies
SOC8050 Migration, Mobilities and Inequalities
SOC8051 The Sociology of Technology: Materialities and Agency
SOC8096 Dissertation

Disclaimer: The information contained within the Module Catalogue relates to the 2017/18 academic year. In accordance with University Terms and Conditions, the University makes all reasonable efforts to deliver the modules as described. Modules may be amended on an annual basis to take account of changing staff expertise, developments in the discipline, the requirements of external bodies and partners, and student feedback. Module information for the 2017/18 entry will be published here in early-April 2017. Queries about information in the Module Catalogue should in the first instance be addressed to your School Office.