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- Introduction - how do we understand community development in different settings?
- Working with refugees and migrants
- Developing funding proposals
- Working with women and men
- Working in regional Australia
- Sustainable practices and community
- Community development with the big end of town
- Sport and community building
- The non-government 'welfare' environment
- Audio/Video conferencing
- Discussion forum/Discussion Board
- Online assignment submission
- Welcome letter
- Resources and Links
- Audio-Video streaming
- Online Assessment
- CD ROM
You cannot enrol in this subject if you have successfully completed any of the following subject(s) because they are considered academically equivalent:
Students must have completed 18 credit points (6 OUA subjects) at Level 1 before enrolling in this subject.
This subject was previously known as COD235A Community Work Across Sites, Settings and Peoples.
Community Development is used in social work, local government, community services, remote area education, Indigenous communities, community arts and cultural development, overseas aid work, economic and social planning, sustainable development and urban planning. This subject aims to equip students with an understanding and appreciation of the diversity of settings and areas of practice within community development in contemporary Australia. It will provide students with skills to analyse, interpret and critically reflect upon practical examples of community development projects.
- Participation (10%)
- Bibliography (20%)
- Invigilated Exam (30%)
- Proposal (40%)
Textbook information is pending.
Bachelor of Arts Community Development
- Part I (Level 1) Core units - Major
- PART II (Level 3) Core units - Major
- PART II (Level 2) Core units - Major
Bachelor of Arts
- Major in Community Development
- Major in International Aid and Development
- Major in Security, Terrorism and Counter-terrorism
- Major in Sustainable Development