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This unit is available only to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Social Work (H330)
J Moyle (S)
HSW314 (or substantial relevant human service workplace experience as negotiated with the unit chair)
|Note: Online teaching methods require internet access. Please refer to the most current computer specifications.|
In the present climate of the redistribution of resources, many individuals, groups and communities experience powerlessness and inequality. Underlying this is a dominant discourse that has marginalised social policy in favour of economic rationalism. The aim of this unit is to present an approach to social policy in Australia which critically addresses the dominance of the economic over the social and highlights ways in which social policy responds, or fails to respond, to diversity. The unit also aims to demonstrate the links between social policy and social work practice, so that graduates may be better informed about the policy contexts that influence their practice.
Narrated powerpoint (15 minutes) 50%, written assignment (2000 words) 50%
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