Human Geography of Asia (2017)
This course provides an introduction to Asia from a human geographical perspective. The first part has a thematic approach; the second part a country study approach and zooms in on Southeast Asia; a geographically very diverse area made up of eleven countries with a total population of more than 600 million people. This course is concerned with relevant economic geographical, political geographical and social geographical issues and lays bare the impact of geography (‘the power of place’) on current Asian affairs. Finally, this course will be offered in English language and as such contributes to the nurturing of global citizens at SNU and beyond.
학습기간 : 2019-09-01 ~ 2020-02-29
강좌 정보 및 소개
The Rise of Asia and Economic Globalization
Parts of the Course
Disasters in Asia
Climate and Topography of Asia
Resources in Asia
Global Trends of Climate Change
Climate Changes in Asia
Climate Change in Bangladesh
World Risk Index
Hazards in Bangladesh
Hazards in Southeast Asia
Language and Religion
Language of Asia
Religion of Asia
Language and Religion in Uzbekistan
Introduction to Agricultural Sector
Main Crops and Fisheries
Smallholders and their Vulnerability
Rural Value Chains
Agriculture: focus on Afghanistan
Introduction to Afghanistan
Types of Land Reforms
Afghan Land Reforms
Introduction to Manufacturing Sector
Important Terms: NIDI, SEZs, GPN
Case Studys: Clothing, Apple
The Future of Manufacturing
Manufacturing: focus on China
Introduction to China
Manufacturing in China
Knowledge Economy in China
Case Studys: Smartphones, Solar Panels
Introduction to Services Sector
Services: focus on India
Introduction to India
Development of India
IT Services in India
Bangalore & Bollywood
Physical Geography of Southeast Asia
Resources and Management
Historical Geography of Southeast Asia Ⅰ
The Colonial Era
Historical Geography of Southeast Asia Ⅱ
The Second World War in Southeast Asia
Decolonization and Independence
Language and Religion
Indonesia: focus on rural development
The Global and Indonesian Tea Industry
A Study of Bojonggambir
Manila, Eastern Visayas, Mindanao
The Philippines: focus on coastal communities
Threats in Urban and Rural Areas
Typhoon and its impact on Coastal Communities
Brief History of Cambodia
Climate Change and its impact
Economic Transformation and Persisting Poverty
Territorialization and Land Grabbing
Cambodia: focus on Phnom Penh
Introduction: Why Slum Issues?
Urban Slums Issues
Possible Solutions to Urban Slums
Cambodian Slums: Phnom Penh
Land-sharing in Borei Keila
History, Language and Religion
Refugee Issue in Myanmar
Myanmar: focus on Rohingya refugee crisis
Escaping Rakhine State
Aung San Suu Kyi
Response from other Countries
Findings from the Annan Commision
Unitary State or a Federal State
The Role of ASEAN
History and Effectiveness
AEC Blueprint 2025
The South China Sea Dispute
History and China's Claims
ASEAN's Response and Effectiveness
- 과정명: Human Geography of Asia
- 교수(소속): 서울대학교 사회과학대학 지리학과
- 학력: 학·석사, 2002. International Economics and Economic Geography, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
박사, 2008. Human Geography, Urecht University, The Netherlands
- 주요 경력:
September 2017 – present
부교수, 서울대학교 사회과학대학 지리학과
September 2012 – August 2017
조교수, 서울대학교 사회과학대학 지리학과
August 2008 – August 2012
시간강사, International College, Khon Kaen University, Thailand
- 주요 저서:
Ounmany, K. and E. Andriesse. (forthcoming), The legacy of the Vietnam War: Making a living amid unexploded ordnance in Xieng Khouang Province, Northern Laos. Accepted for publication in Asian Studies Review.
Andriesse, E. and P. Tanwattana. (forthcoming), Coping with the end of the commodities boom: Rubber smallholders in Southern Thailand oscillating between near-poverty and middle class status. Accepted for publication in Journal of Developing Societies.
Andriesse, E. (2017), Primary sector value chains, poverty reduction and rural development challenges in the Philippines. Geographical Review. DOI: 10.1111/gere.12287
Andriesse, E. and J. Kang. (2017), An alternative to “exodus capitalism”? Offshore services in Iloilo City, Philippines. International Journal of Urban Sustainable Development. DOI: 10.1080/19463138.2017.1326922
Andriesse, E. (2017), Regional disparities in the Philippines: Structural drivers and policy considerations. Erdkunde 72 (2): 97-110
Sumadio, W., Andriesse, E. (corresponding author), Aprilianti, F. and Sulyat, A. (2017), Droughts and debts: the domestic tea value chain and vulnerable livelihoods in Girimukti village, West Java, Indonesia. Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development in the Tropics and Subtropics 118 (1): 69-80.
Andriesse, E. and Lee, Z. (2017), Viable insertion in agribusiness value chains? Seaweed farming after Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) in Iloilo Province, Philippines. Sing apore Journal of Tropical Geography 38 (1): 25-40.
Andriesse, E. (2015), Regional dynamics of capitalism in the Greater Mekong Sub-region: The case of the rubber industry in Laos. Journal of the Korean Geographical Society 50 (1): 73-90.
Choi, W. and Andriesse, E. (2014), Value chains and regional middle income traps: The case of the upstream sugar industry in Northeastern Thailand. Journal of the Economic Geographical Society of Korea 17 (4): 817-831.
Andriesse, E. (2014), A comparison of rubber smallholder livelihoods in Cambodia and Laos. The Southeast Asian Review 24 (2):167-206, published by the Korean Association of Southeast Asian Studies
Andriesse, E. (2014), Human geography and informal institutions: Implications for local development in Southeast Asia and Sub-Sahara Africa. Kasetsart Journal of Social Sciences 35: 177-185.
Andriesse, E. (2013), Frontier capitalism in the Lao PDR versus patrimonial oligarchy in Cambodia. Journal of the Economic Geographical Society of Ko rea 16 (3): 408-422.
Andriesse, E. and A. Phommalath (2012), Provincial poverty dynamics in Lao PDR: A case study of Savannakhet. Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs 31 (3): 3-27.
Andriesse, E. (2011), Introducing the regional varieties of capitalism approach to Lao PDR. Journal of Southeast Asian Economies 28 (1): 61-67.
Andriesse, E. (2009), Balancing private sector development and local-central relations. Asia-Pacific Development Journal , 16 (1): 93-114.
Andriesse, E. and G. van Westen (2009) , Unsustainable varieties of capitalism along the Thailand-Malaysia border? The role of institutional complementarities in regional development. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 26 (3, special issue on Varieties of Asian Capitalism): 459-479.
Andriesse, E. and B. van Helvoirt (2008), Institutional frameworks and economic activity: a comparative analysis of regional economies in Thailand, Malaysia and the Philippines. Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 49 (2): 254-269.
Andriesse, E. (2014), Laos: Frontier Capitalism. In Witt, M. and G. Redding (eds.), The Oxford handbook of Asian business systems: 123-143. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Carney, M. and E. Andriesse (2014), Malaysia: Personal Capitalism. In M. Wit and G. Redding (eds.), The Oxford handbook of Asian business systems: 144-168. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Andriesse, E., N. Beerepoot, B. van Helvoirt and G. van Westen (2011), Business systems, value chains and inclusive regional development in South-East Asia. In B. Helmsing and S. Vellema (eds.) Value chains, social inclusion and economic development: Contrasting theories and realities: 151-177. Abingdon: Routledge.
Andriesse, E. and B. van Helvoirt (2010), Regional business systems and private sector development in South East Asia. In C. Rowley and M. Warner (eds.) Whither South East Asian management: The first decade of the new millennium. Abingdon: Routledge.
- 교수님 인사말:
Welcome to the Geography Department of SNU. As South Korea is engaged in other parts of the world it is imperative that 1. Korean students appreciate the world around them and 2. that foreign students have an idea of what is going in Korea. In order to achieve both aims I hope that our Geography Department as well SNU in general will continue international academic exchanges with respect to teaching, research and academic outreach. I myself teach Geography of Europe and Geography of Asia at undergraduate level and Geopolitics and Geography of Developing Areas at graduate level. I wish all of you the very best in studying and research our complex, but interesting world.
- 강좌코드 : 2019_80_B_2017_2_EDO_2019_2
- 과정 : Human Geography of Asia
- 주수 : 25
- 수강가능수 : 100000
- 학점 : 0
- 언어 : 한국어 (ko)
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