96 credit points of first year core ABSW units.
|1.||Investigate the historical development of the welfare state in Australia, highlighting institutional, economic, cultural and political influences and global context;|
|2.||Analyse key theoretical and philosophical perspectives about the concept of welfare and how they inform welfare systems provision in Australia;|
|3.||Review the implications, impacts and effects of Australia's welfare provision on the social, cultural, economic, psychological wellbeing of individuals; and|
|4.||Collaborate with peers to extend practical skills, including written and verbal communication, teamwork and self-reflection.|
|Review||Interactive reading review (800 words)||25%|
|Presentation||Group presentation (1000 words)||30%|
|Report||Welfare briefing note and in-class activity (1500 words)||45%|
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