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Contemporary Spain: Economy, Society and Environment Arts & Sciences Program Fall 2021 Semester CEA & USS Hybrid - Seville

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Contemporary Spain: Economy, Society and Environment

Contemporary Spain: Economy, Society and Environment Course Overview


CEA Partner Institution: University of Seville
Location: Seville, Spain
Primary Subject Area: Sociology
Other Subject Area: History
Instruction in: English
Course Code: GS-02
Course Details: Level 300
Recommended Semester Credits: 3
Contact Hours: 45


Spain is comprised of an absolutely fascinating set of diverse places, inhabited by intriguingly diverse peoples, traditions and landscapes consequence of its rich history, cultural heritage and complex geography. The focus of this course is on learning about the country, regions and the people. In a context marked by economic crisis, the pressures from sectors such as construction, tourism, transport, energy and agriculture, high densities and pressures in coastal areas and islands determines that Spain faces important challenges in economic, social and environmental issues. The teachers will try to provide an open, critical and diverse overview of contemporary Spain using press releases, videos, reports and presentations.

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