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PSYC 958A - Climate Change & Community Resilience in London

4 credits
How a community responds to climate change is a complex interplay between ecological, technological, political and social systems.  This course will provide an interdisciplinary examination of how various communities in and around London are building resilience in the face of climate change. Students will conduct group research projects using a variety of social science research methodologies to measure the concept of resilience and to evaluate the impact of efforts to increase resilience.  The course will count as credit towards the ES major, fulfilling an SS requirement as well as the methods requirement.  It will also count as a 300-level Advanced Methods course for the Psychology major.  ENVS 101 suggested.  Field trips required.
Prerequisites & Notes: Taught in London. Prior application and acceptance to the Oberlin-in-London Program required.
Does this course require off campus field trips? Yes

This course is cross-listed with ENVS 958A


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