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CSV3101 Social Policy
Credit Points: 15
CSV1102 Introduction to Social Analysis

This unit in comparative social policy provides students with theory, knowledge, and skills to understand major tendencies in policy development as they are shaping, and being shaped by, the increasingly interdependent world of the the twenty-first century. It explores key areas of social policy and economic policy, including welfare, education, health, housing, income maintenance, taxation, and employment. Australian policy and and its outcomes are compared with those of other relevant countries, in order to highlight forces which shape policy and the effects which such policies have on people’s everyday lives.

This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
G36Bachelor of Social Science
MAHEHome Economics Major
MAAABJSocial Planning Major
SMCCTYTen (10) Unit Supporting Major in Community Studies 10 Unit Supporting Major
MAWCWWelfare and Community Work Major
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 30/09/2006 VET: 30/09/2006