Students enrolled in course code ABAB and LBLA must complete at least 72 credit points (equivalent to 6 units) in Year 1 before undertaking any Level 2 units.
|1.||Compare and contrast theories regarding the nature of democracy and dictatorship and the various forms in which these doctrines really exist;|
|2.||Critically analyse and evaluate concepts and arguments related to political doctrines;|
|3.||Inspect, gather and critically employ research regarding political theory; and|
|4.||Articulate arguments and analysis in a precise and concise fashion, both orally and in written form.|
|Essay||Academic, fully referenced essay (2000 words)||50%|
|Journal||Reflections on tutorial readings focused on political theory - two points of submission||30%|
|Examination||One hour, essay based examination||20%|
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