Human Rights Theory 1 // Unit Reader

Philosophical, Historical and International Studies

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Reviews

I can say this was a great subject to anyone who never skipped lessons and any student who put effort to learn. I passed just fine

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Interesting and engaging

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Nice and I really loved it, I got a distinction. I could guide my fellow classmates

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Grounded in philosophical theory, Human Rights poses an intriguing dilemma with regard to numerous ethical and normative issues in the global sphere; allowing one to take a step back and reevaluate their political and moral stance relating to previously overlooked, and/or underappreciated matters of discretion. For those interested in Philosophy, Politics and Ethics, this unit casts enlightening subject matter; may be worth giving it a shot! It wasn't a particularly difficult unit assessment wise, requiring students to complete weekly multiple choice quizzes, a argumentative essay and comprehensive exam. The unit coordinators make available a practice exam to assist students in pinpointing their studies effectively in order to secure a solid mark; it details four potential response (essay) questions, of which two appear on the final exam, with plenty of time to exhaust one's ideas and theoretical nuance to fulfil the expected criteria. The tutors take genuine interest in encouraging open discussion, and viewing matters through a critical lense; prompting students to focus a stringent opinion regarding each topic if of particular interest to them. Human Rights Theory poses a good introduction to philosophical dialogue of ethical nature, and should not be overlooked.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Good tutors who encourage participation. A combination of human rights and philosophy. Unit content is interesting in that it will really challenge your opinions. Assignments were not too difficult. I highly recommend this unit!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Hit and miss subject when it comes to course content - I guess overall the content is interesting, but if you're not dedicated to philosophy or have a real passion for it than this class will be a little dry at times. Assessment pieces were ridiculously easy.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Interesting content, well presented, engaging tutorials

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014