|1.||Derive the different forms that migration takes from primary and secondary sources, and critically compare these forms;|
|2.||Analyse the way migration and related micro-experiences, connect to broader social processes;|
|3.||Critique the key debates around culture, race and identity, as they relate to migration through the selection of justified theoretical propositions; and|
|4.||Communicate effectively to specialist and non-specialist audiences including multi-disciplinary teams, diverse cultural communities and other professional organisations.|
|Essay||Research-based essay on topics of contemporary migration issues and contexts (3000 words)||50%|
|Exercise||Seminar paper and weekly summary (3000 words)||50%|
Multiculturalism and intergration: A harmonious relationship,
Clyne, M & Jupp, J (eds) 2011,
Canberra: ANU E Press.
Neoliberalism as exception,
Ong, A 2006,
Durham & London: Duke University Press.
Overcoming barriers: Human Mobility and Development. Human Development Report 2009.
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