Angeline Letourneau

Research Assistant, Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sci - Resource Economics & Environmental Sociology
Grad Teaching Assistantship, College of Social Sciences and Humanities - Peter Lougheed Leadership College

Contact

Research Assistant, Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sci - Resource Economics & Environmental Sociology
Email
aml3@ualberta.ca

Grad Teaching Assistantship, College of Social Sciences and Humanities - Peter Lougheed Leadership College
Email
aml3@ualberta.ca

Courses

R SOC 355 - Rural Communities and Global Economies

The historic and contemporary role of rural regions and extractive economies in the global marketplace is discussed from a macrosociological perspective. Sociological concepts are applied to the study of the structural constraints and opportunities facing social and economic systems in rural regions. Prerequisite: *30 or more of university level course work.

Winter Term 2022
R SOC 655 - Rural Communities and Global Economies

The historic and contemporary role of rural regions and extractive economies in the global marketplace is discussed from a macrosociological perspective. Sociological concepts are applied to the study of the structural constraints and opportunities facing social and economic systems in rural regions. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. Not to be taken if credit received for R SOC 355.

Winter Term 2022

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