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- 27 Feb 2023
- 28 Aug 2023
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- identify and assess international best practices in regional sustainable development
- develop technical skills required to collate, manage and analyse empirical information on regions
- identify current factors and key issues that impact on Indigenous communities in order to facilitate social change
- validate the connection between regional planning and core social, environmental and economic issues
- An Introduction to Regions
- Definition of the Regions
- Theories of Regional Development
- Regional Development Opportunities (part 1)
- Regional Development Opportunities (part 2)
- Ten Regions of Western Australia
- Regional story of Western Australia
- Regional positioning and options for Western Australia’s regions
- Case study - The Regional Identity
- The Regional Perspective of firm based competition
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This subject provides students with Context for remote, regional and rural communities and industries.
- Presentation (40%)
- Project Proposal (30%)
- Student Reflection (30%)
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