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POL1104 Foundations of Politics and Government
Credit Points: 15
Students will be introduced to the foundations of politics and government. Concepts to be examined will include power, the state, political socialisation, ideology, democracy, constitutions, legislatures, executive leadership, government, political parties, elections, pressure groups and revolution. Key ideas in politics and methodical issues in the discipline will be examined.

This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
SPAABODocumentary Journalism Area of Specialisation
SPAACJDocumentary Journalism Area of Specialisation
MAAABIPolicy and Governance Major
MAPOLGPolitics and Government Major
MASJPASocial Justice and Public Advocacy Major
SPAABTSpecialist Reporting Area of Specialisation
SPAACOSpecialist Reporting Area of Specialisation
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 30/09/2006 VET: 30/09/2006