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|Unit chair:||M Langfield|
|Incompatible with:||AIH307, AIH361|
|Note: Online teaching methods require internet access. Please refer to the most current computer specifications.|
International movements of people are an enduring feature of the world's political, economic and social landscape. Over recent decades these movements, both permanent and temporary, have increased dramatically. Why do people feel the need to move from one part of the world to another? What is the effect of this increased movement on questions of nationality, citizenship and the maintenance of ethnic identities and cultural heritage? What national and international agreements are in place in relation to the admission, rights and treatment of asylum-seekers and refugees? What have been the personal experiences of people in the process of relocation? These are among the issues that this unit will address.
First assignment 1000 words 20%, second assignment 2000 words 40%, tutorial exercise 500 words 10%, closed book examination 30%
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