Anthropology: Studying Human Diversity
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The content was interesting but wasn't always delivered well, the lectures are too long and are dragged out with irrelevant information, and the tutorials are a waste of time. The assignments were vague and marked harshly (in order to appear more 'serious' of a subject). It was fun and educating at times but also a waste of time and risky with grades.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018
Good introduction to anthropology as a discipline. Tammy (the lecturer) is hilarious
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016
interesting course content, but the tutorials were poorly structured and often felt pointless with rare in depth discussion of the readings (fairly clear over half the class hadn't done them each week). the test was extremely easy but make sure you prepare at least an essay structure a week before its due or it'll be a terrible time.