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CHN1101 Ecology of Children and Families 1
Credit Points: 15
This unit uses an ecological perspective to examine the development of children aged between birth and four years. This includes an examination of relationships between child development, family, community and culture. The unique needs of very young children are addressed in the context of family, community and culture. This unit is equivalent with CHN4111. Students who have completed CHN1101 are not eligible to enrol in CHN4111.

This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
V22Bachelor of Arts (Education)/Bachelor of Social Science (Home Economics)
E94Bachelor of Arts (Psychology - Children and Family Studies)
SMCHNFChildren and Family Studies Major
MICHNFChildren and Family Studies Minor
MACHNFChildren and Family Studies Major
SMHEHome Economics Major
MAHEHome Economics Major
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 18/11/2004