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Politics

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ATS1353 Foundations of Modern Politics Notes

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Foundations of Modern Politics HD Notes

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Reviews

Narelle is a legend. This unit is a great way to make friends because you're constantly yelling at each other in tutes.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Although the content was relatively easy to understand and kind of relevant, the tutors and lectures at Caulfield were dismal. The tutor was barely there, and when they were, nothing meaningful occurred. The most helpful tutes were the ones online or the ones hosted by the Clayton tutors. After doing second semester politics, 1353 is bland and boring. Even having an invested interest in politics and doing it through high school didn't help. It's a pity, as politics is interesting and this is compulsory- and probably turns people away.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

I liked this subject but it spends the majority of the time explaining realllly boring stuff like the foundations of democracy & mostly focusses on old white dudes writings and theories

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

With little to no politics knowledge prior to enrolling i found this unit very dry and difficult. Super heavy, boring lectures and I dreaded tutorials.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Hated this subject didn't do politics in VCE and it was the worst mistake to begin at Uni. Lectures the so boring and tutes were just arguing back and forth not helping understand the content only perk was no written paper exam

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

if you have a basic grasp of politics this subject is a bludge. dont bother if you are actively trying to learn about current politics, this will not help

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

honestly, i hated this subject so much. i stopped doing the readings because most of the tutorials were just two people arguing back and forth about something loosely related to the topic. some of the content was kind of interesting, but if you're unsure about this unit i'd definitely give it a miss.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Discussions in tutorials are dry and the lecturers/teachers can be a bit too laid back (had to actively seek out and receive my grade for the very first assignment a month after it had been submitted). There's a lot of online tutorials however so it's a great class to take if you really don't want to have to be at school..

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

mmm, didn't feel i learnt much here tbh

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

I think to truly enjoy this unit you must be passionate about politics not just vaguely interested like I was or else you find yourself dreading the tutes (well at least I did). It is VERY THEORETICAL but does cover different aspects of politics well, pairs great with IR. Also the unit dedicates lecture time to help students approach the assignments which is excellent!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016