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Social and Political Thought - unit set code MJ-A000050 - available to continuing students only

This major sequence ranges across communications, politics, sociology, philosophy, gender studies, and international relations. A focus on theorising about society and politics is the common theme. This major has no corresponding Honours programme, but it offers a good supplement for any students interested in undertaking Honours in Sociology, Politics, Philosophy, Communications, or International Relations.

Level 1

Trimester 1

ALC101 Contemporary Communication: Making Sense of Text, Image and Meaning (B, G, S, W, X)  *


Trimester 2
AIP116 Modern Political Ideologies (B, G, W, X)  *

or
ASC102 Introduction to Sociology B (B, G, W, X)  


Levels 2 and 3


Select 6 credit points, including at least 2 credit points at level 3 from the following:

Trimester 1

AIP205 Democracy and Citizenship (B, G, X)  **

ASC308 Sociology and the Modern World (B, G, X)  

ASP214 Political Philosophy (B, G, X)  

ASP215/ASP315 Philosophy, Happiness, and the Good Life (B, G, X)  

ALC209 Screening Contemporary Masculinities (B, X)  


Trimester 2

AIR342 Theories of International Relations (B, G, X)  

ASP216 Ethics in Global Society (B, G, X)  

 

* ALC101, AIP116 also offered Trimester 3 (AIP116 off campus only in Trimester 3).

 

** AIP205 offered at Warrnambool Campus in alternate years 2014, 2016.

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