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CSV1102 Introduction to Social Analysis
Credit Points: 15

This unit offers an introduction to social analysis. It introduces key theoretical approaches in the social sciences through an analysis of selected aspects of Australian society. The unit applies functionalist, interactionist, pluralist, feminist and Marxist theoretical frameworks to topics such as family formation, gender, ethnicity, class, and the role of the State in regulating public and private lives.

This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
G36Bachelor of Social Science
MACHNFChildren and Family Studies Major
MAAACPCommunity Planning and Development Major
DMPSWSPsychology - Women's Studies Double Major
MISOANSociology/Anthropology Minor
SMCCTYTen (10) Unit Supporting Major in Community Studies 10 Unit Supporting Major
MAWCWWelfare and Community Work Major
MAWOMNWomen's Studies Major
MAYOUYouth Work Major
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 31/03/2008 VET: 31/03/2008