Geographic Perspective - Global Interactions

This is an extension of Paper Two and is classified as the Higher Level Core Extension. Higher Level Geography students will study the concepts and content covered within Global Interactions. Global interactions has a broad perspective and it tries to move away from the conventional approach that globalisation is just the adoption of westernised culture. It focuses on the fact that cultural traits and commodities may be adopted, adapted or resisted by a range of societies. There are three sections to this paper:

Power, places and networks

Human development and diversity

Global risks and resilience