Pre-requisites

None.

Co-requisites

None.

Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this unit, the student will be able to:

Unit Description

This unit provides an overview of key philosophical, ethical and practical issues that are confronted in the Indigenous community. It will look at the status and other demographic markers among Indigenous and non-Indigenous populations and draw on a range of disciplines such as politics, sociology and cultural studies and ties with the land, to develop their own case study for working with Indigenous people. This course provides a theoretical framework in which to investigate policies, programs and projects designed to address issues of disadvantage and social justice for Indigenous People. It will look at treaty constitutional recognition. We put forward a case to prioritise and encourage openness to further inquiry and productive ways of thinking in and through complex and contested viewpoints, Students are encouraged to undertake a critical comparative analysis of reconciliation. Students will have opportunities to explore their particular disciplinary intersections and interests in Indigenous studies including how a iChristian worldview can aid reconciliation

Topics

Teaching Strategies


Unit offerings

Face to face: Semester 1, 2019
Face to face: Semester 2, 2019; Semester 2, 2020; Semester 2, 2021; Semester 2, 2022; Semester 2, 2023, and Semester 2, 2024

Please note

The Unit Offerings listed above are a guide only and the timetable for any year is the final authority. The College may vary offerings based on demand or other conditions.

This unit may be available in different modes of delivery i.e. online and face-to-face as listed above. The unit content will not differ between these modes of delivery. There will possibly be a difference in the schedule and/or the prescribed assessment tasks, however both will cover and assess the same content.