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Geography Library Guide: Facts

Research Guidance

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Media Resources

As mentioned in the text, world regions are dynamic and constantly changing and evolving. Some change can occur during the semester that may impact the way in which a region should be discussed or framed. Consequently, it is important to observe local media outlets in different regions to help you consider how current events lead to future geographies. The following are several global news outlets available in the English language:

Websites, Sourcebooks, and Reference materials