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Subject: POLS10001 Australian Politics

4 Comments on POLS10001 Australian Politics

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Hannah Billett said : Jul 11, 2017 at 11:57 PM

This subject is a light and easy introduction to Australian politics. If you regularly watch the news/read newspapers (online, obviously, for our generation), you probably won't learn a whole lot. Even those who confine their media consumption to Buzzfeed and Junkee will likely feel that this is a refresher course. However, the assessment structure is well set up to introduce you to uni life and academic writing. I think it's worth a shot if you want to be sure your foundation of knowledge is rock solid or if you just want an good mark pretty easily.

roger said : Jul 13, 2017 at 2:04 PM

Quite a decent introduction to the history and systems of politics in Australia. Not too complex or difficult, a couple of good guest lecturers. When I did it the lectures were not recorded, but this made for quite interactive lectures.

Sam Leeder said : May 25, 2018 at 3:30 PM

Comprehensive introduction to the political system. It provides an overview of the political ideologies and institutions that underpin the Australian system. The political exercise is a pretty interesting experience and it's well worth being a representative. The first essay is a based on the exercise so make sure you are making notes about what's happening in it.

Diego said : Dec 20, 2020 at 4:36 PM

Surprisingly engaging introduction to politics in Australia. Dr Megarry is an amazing lecturer who clearly knows her content. Going into this I expected it to be a bit of a dry summary of the Australian political system. While this subject does cover that, It does so in a way that is surprisingly engaging, using case studies and examples that really help contextualise the otherwise dry material. The subject also covers political parties, social issues, and some policy developments.

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