|1.||Analyse key theoretical and practical frameworks on social inclusion, advocacy and social capital;|
|2.||Appraise structural, systemic, and political frameworks of fractured and dysfunctional communities;|
|3.||Critically review a broad range of community programs, actions and strategies;|
|4.||Assess the suitability of community development program responses;|
|5.||Exhibit reflective skills in writing.|
|Report||Report reflecting on a case study of a community.||30%|
|Presentation||Peer review of community development theory and practice used in the report.||20%|
|Report||Develop a range of community development programs for across the age span suited to the Community case study.||50%|
Contemporary conflict resolution, 2nd edn,
Miall, H, Ramsbotham, O & Woodhouse, T 2011,
Cambridge, UK: Polity Press.
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|Bachelor of Criminology||Interpersonal Skills and Conflict Resolution - Discipline Minor|
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