|1.||Interrogate the different forms that migration takes from primary and secondary sources, and critically analyse these forms;|
|2.||Conceptually map the ways 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 theoretical propositions; and|
|4.||Advocate effectively to specialist and non-specialist audiences including multi-disciplinary teams, diverse cultural communities and other professional organisations.|
|Poster||Using a visual medium map a particular type of migration and present your ‘map’ to the class.||25%|
|Essay||Research-based essay on a topic of contemporary migration issues and contexts||50%|
|Exercise||Weekly summaries shaped by the Learning Outcomes||25%|
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