|Managing faculty||Faculty of Arts|
|Offered by||School of Applied Media and Social Sciences|
School of Political and Social Inquiry
Politics is a field of study that focuses on the way people live in association, addressing in particular the institutions, practices and cultural meanings of public and private expressions of power. It examines basic questions about the nature of politics and communities, and how they are organised. The politics discipline takes an analytical-critical rather than simply descriptive approach to the area, attempting to explain why and how things happen politically.
Politics staff are active researchers. Supervision of research candidates is available in a wide range of sub-fields, including specialisations in the nature and implications of globalisation, social and political theory, contemporary political cultures and Australian politics.
Students complete 48 points including a 24 point dissertation unit and two electives chosen from the list below.
Students complete one of:
Students are complete 48 comprising the following units:
Dr Keith Wilson
For a list of units studied or course outlines, refer to the relevant courses