Regional Geography of World 1 (NOT21O4)
- Level of study undergraduate studies
Ph.D. Dejan Šabić
- Subject status: obligatory
- ECTS: 5
- Semester: III
- Number of classes: 2+1
Introduce students with the theory and methodology of regional geography through the analysis of the components and determinants of regional development in certain regions of Europe, as well as the identification of developmental problems with the aim of developing competencies of students in the selection of problematic topics related to European regions.
To train students for the application of acquired regional geographic knowledge in teaching.
1. Introduction to regional geography.
2. The subject and task of studying regional geography.
3. Regional geography and regional development.
4. Typology of the region (term region, structural elements of the region, types of regions).
5. The formation and development of regional geography (the beginnings of regional research, scientific regional geography and theoretical geography).
6. New regional geography (spatial elements and systems, phases and methods of regional development).
7. Geographical position, and boundaries of Europe.
8. Europe, a cradle of civilizations and European values.
9. Basic natural features of Europe (large morphological units, types of climate, water resources, land - use and degradation, biogeographical features, nature protection, regimes and levels of protection).
10. The impact of natural resources on the socio-economic development of individual regions of Europe.
11. Geographical and Historical Development of Europe.
12. The characteristics and factors of demographic development, the distribution and structure of the population of Europe, the cultural and living standard of the population of Europe.
13. Principles and concepts of geographical regionalization of Europe, geographical regions of Europe - North, Western and Central Europe, geographical regions of Europe - Southern and Eastern Europe
14. Components and determinants of the development of highly developed countries in Europe (Germany, France, the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Italy, Austria, Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Denmark).
15. Problems of the development of transitional countries in Europe.
1. Methodology for the preparation of seminar papers from the regional geography of Europe.
2. Literature analysis for seminar papers.
3. Subject, methods and tasks of regional geography of Europe.
4. Principles and concepts of geographical regionalization of Europe.
5. An analysis of the current regional geographic studies in Europe.
6. Problems of the development of European regions.
7. Presentations of seminar papers, preparation of practical papers and colloquiums.
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Шабић Д. и Павловић М. Глобални и регионални развој Европске уније, Географски факултет у Београду, Београд, 2008. (In Serbian)
Шабић Д. Регионална географија, скрипта, Географски факултет у Београду, Београд, 2010. (In Serbian)