Units of Study

SCLG6901 - Citizenship Rights and Social Movements

Semester 2, 2012  |  Credit Points: 6

Coordinator: Amanda Jane Elliot

Description

This unit will provide an analysis of theories and practices of citizenship rights in Australia, other Anglophone countries and European countries in the 20th and 21st centuries. It will examine the relationships between different modes of citizenship, claims for rights and the formation of social movements with regard to the women's movement, Indigenous movements (where applicable) and movements concerned with migration, ethnic diversity and multiculturalism. Analyses will focus on the processes, content and outcomes of social movement advocacy.

Assessments

1x1500wd reading journal (30%), 1xr2500wd research essay (50%) and 1x1000wd equiv oral presentation (20%)

Classes

1x2-hr seminar/week

Prohibitions

SCWK6901

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SCLG6901 - Citizenship Rights and Social Movements

Semester 2, 2012  |  Credit Points: 6

Coordinator: Amanda Jane Elliot

Description

This unit will provide an analysis of theories and practices of citizenship rights in Australia, other Anglophone countries and European countries in the 20th and 21st centuries. It will examine the relationships between different modes of citizenship, claims for rights and the formation of social movements with regard to the women's movement, Indigenous movements (where applicable) and movements concerned with migration, ethnic diversity and multiculturalism. Analyses will focus on the processes, content and outcomes of social movement advocacy.

Assessments

1x1500wd reading journal (30%), 1xr2500wd research essay (50%) and 1x1000wd equiv oral presentation (20%)

Classes

1x2-hr seminar/week

Prohibitions

SCWK6901

The information displayed above is indicative only as online information is subject to change without notice. The Faculty Handbook and the University of Sydney Calendar are the official legal source of information relating to study at the University of Sydney