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- Standard Media
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Using primary historical materials (including government archives), students will immerse themselves in the history of relations between Aboriginal people, government and wider society in the 20th century. They will develop their capacity for analysis and critical thinking as they consider past government policies, practices and legislation directed at Aboriginal people; the differential treatment of Aboriginal people and communities according to geography; racism in Australian society; Aboriginal resistance, protest and strikes; the Stolen Generations; and the contradictions inherent in the policies of protectionism, assimilation and segregation.
- 750 words (15%)
- 2250 words (50%)
- 1500 words (35%)
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Bachelor of Arts Indigenous Studies
- Major in Indigenous Studies Subjects
Bachelor of Psychological Sciences
- Major in Psychology
- Co-Major in Sociology
- Core Introductory
Bachelor of Behavioural Studies
- Major in Psychological Studies
- Co-major in Sociology