|英文名称： Development Geography
Development Geography course is designed for research postgraduates in geography and sustainable development field. The class will give students a general view of key concepts, theories and approaches, research contents and some detailed cases in certain selected areas (such as the poverty, equity, education, health, socioeconomic development and enviromental issues etc.) of development geography. As a course for research students, a mini-seminar series are incorporated into the course to provide examples of researches carried out in respective fields. Its topics cover the concepts, theories and approaches, and development trend etc., which ranges from population and culture to agricultural and industrial development. Further, case studies will be presented to highlight the possible solutions, as well as the problems, at local, national and international levels.
"1 Concepts and progress of development geography
2 Overview of development geography
3 Overview of geographical differences in regional development geography
4 Income inequality and poverty
5 Geographical distribution of population in China
6 Land use policy and management in China
7 Agriculture and food security in China
8 Student presentation and discussions
9 Resource and environmental carrying capacity and regional differences
10 Geographic development differences in rural areas and agriculture
11 Geographic development differences in cities and industry
12 Student presentation and discussions
13 Review on globalization and regionalization development
14 International trade, cooperation and regional development
15 The balance of payments, financial stability and regional development
16 The national cases: China, Brazil and India
17 Student presentation and discussions
"Hodder, R. (2000). Development Geography. Psychology Press.
Potter, R., Conway, D., Evans, R., & Lloyd-Evans, S. (2012). Key Concepts in Development Geography. Sage Publications.
Lawson, V. (2014). Making Development Geography. Routledge."