|1.||Critically analyse aspects of active living and wellbeing from a socio-ecological perspective;|
|2.||Synthesise and contrast different perspectives on active living and wellbeing;|
|3.||Develop alternative conceptions of active living and wellbeing; and|
|4.||Utilise sociological method and inquiry to inform individual practice and challenge the construction of one's own beliefs in relation to active living and wellbeing.|
|Annotated Bibliography||Active Living and Selected Social Determinant (1500 words)||30%|
|Other||Two (2) Reflective Blogs (800 words each)||20%|
|Project||Group Case Study (Active Living) (individual 2500 words equivalent)||50%|
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