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CCA1101 Contexts of Modernity
Credit Points: 15

This unit looks at the ways in which varying modernist cultural and social conditions affect the production and consumption of culture. A recent history of material culture is presented and its forms and content analysed. The lecture programme develops the critical methodologies necessary for the analysis of cultural practices.

This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
K40Bachelor of Arts (Education) / Bachelor of Creative Arts
G79Bachelor of Contemporary Arts
G80Bachelor of Creative Industries
SPAABODocumentary Journalism Area of Specialisation
SPAACJDocumentary Journalism Area of Specialisation
SPAABTSpecialist Reporting Area of Specialisation
SPAACOSpecialist Reporting Area of Specialisation
MIAABQVisual Arts Minor
MAAACOVisual Arts Major
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 31/03/2008 VET: 31/03/2008