- Introduction to SIA
- Theory, methodology and practice of SIA
- Case studies of SIA including: mining and resource development
- Native title
- Post-disaster recovery
- Climate change adaptation
- Forced resettlement
In order to enrol in this subject, you must be accepted into one of the following degrees:
No special requirements
Social impact assessment is a key tool in managing development in multicultural environments where stakeholders have different views of the world. Using case studies of resource projects, major infrastructure developments, native title, post-disaster recovery and climate change adaptation this subject develops conceptual, methodological and practical skills relevant to government, community and private sectors. Students will examine several major social impact studies and native title negotiations.
- Assignment (20%)
- Paper (30%)
- Research Assignment (40%)
- Participation (10%)
Textbook information is pending.