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  • Contemporary Trends, Patterns and Puzzles

    MAQ-SOCX3090 | Undergraduate

    Extend your studies while learning about advanced theoretical and empirical approaches to the sociology field. Unfurl the complex nature of society. Fold in policy and economy information. Build a foundation to pursue even more sociology studies.

  • Uncover ways in which concepts of care can morph as society changes. Identify social attitudes to mental health, childcare, disability services and aged care. Support your studies with information from policy makers and health practitioners.

  • Exploring Everyday Life and Culture

    MAQ-SOCX3025 | Undergraduate

    Become familiar with the sociology of intimacy. Unveil how people carve out space in their lives for friends, family and lovers. Touch on the real-world complexities that can sometimes affect these relationships. Explore the darker side of intimacy.

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  • Economic Life, Inequality and Society

    MAQ-SOCX2040 | Undergraduate

  • Theorising Societies

    MAQ-SOCX2010 | Undergraduate

    Identify key characteristics of modern societies. See how capitalism, industrialism and individualism instruct social development. Get to know the writings of thinkers like Marx, Foucault and Nietzsche. Consider their insights and their shortcomings

  • Social Research Methods

    MAQ-SOCX2000 | Undergraduate

    Integrate an array of social research methods into your skill set. Weigh up statistical research techniques. Look through case studies and engage in textual analysis. Structure your work by learning to formulate robust research questions.

  • Put everyday life's social interactions under a microscope. Take your studies to shopping centres and family homes. Theorise about the meaning of everyday life. Scrutinise how people’s actions can reveal who they are and highlight social forces at play.

  • Spot patterns in Australia's social structures. Look at the media, family, religion and class. Take advantage of sociological research methods such as observations and interviews. Begin to examine Australian society through a sociological lens.

  • Introductory Spanish I

    MAQ-SLAX1010 | Undergraduate

    Start your exploration of the Spanish language. Expose yourself to Spanish writings and conversational scenarios. Articulate words, phrases, names and sentences. Learn to read, write, speak and comprehend some Spanish to a basic level.