Units of Study

SCLG6910 - Social Policy International Perspectives

Semester 1, 2012  |  Credit Points: 6

Coordinator: Gyu-Jin Hwang

Description

This unit will provide theoretical and methodological knowledge to undertake social policy analysis in international perspective. Australia, other Anglophone countries, European countries and emerging welfare states of East and South East Asia will be the focus of lectures and students' research. Social policies will include: social security; policies for families and children; aged care; disability services; employment, education and training. The course will examine policies at national and cross-national levels: e.g. the OECD, World Bank, WHO and other UN agencies.

Assessments

class participation, seminar oral presentation, 2 research essays (total 5000 words) (100%)

Classes

1x2-hr seminar/week

Prohibitions

SCWK6909

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SCLG6910 - Social Policy International Perspectives

Semester 1, 2012  |  Credit Points: 6

Coordinator: Gyu-Jin Hwang

Description

This unit will provide theoretical and methodological knowledge to undertake social policy analysis in international perspective. Australia, other Anglophone countries, European countries and emerging welfare states of East and South East Asia will be the focus of lectures and students' research. Social policies will include: social security; policies for families and children; aged care; disability services; employment, education and training. The course will examine policies at national and cross-national levels: e.g. the OECD, World Bank, WHO and other UN agencies.

Assessments

class participation, seminar oral presentation, 2 research essays (total 5000 words) (100%)

Classes

1x2-hr seminar/week

Prohibitions

SCWK6909

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