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Famine: Revision Notes

Written by Maddi

Notes including topics covered in lectures and tutorials. Easy to read revision notes. Includes all...

7 pages, 1507 words

Famine Lecture and Tutorial Notes

Written by Ella

24 PAGES OF COMPREHENSIVE GEOG10001 NOTES Notes covering week 1-12 of lectures and tutorials

24 pages, 12618 words

Famine Complete Notes

Written by Jack

Full course notes for Famine: The Geography of Scarcity, including all lecture content. The notes ar...

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Reviews

I thought this subject was very interesting, engaging and the assignments were relatively easy. Submitting the draft before the essay was also extremely helpful and I would recommend because the instructions for it were fairly vague. I did the bare minimum and still pulled off a H1.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Very interesting content that's relevant to current real-world issues, varying activities/assignments (not always an essay), and engaging lectures

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Lectures are very engaging- German lecturer was awesome!! Assignments were slightly vague and depending on the tutor you get, it really changes the experience of the course... my tutor was quite vague and unenthused overall which detracted from the course a little, but I must say I learnt some mapping skills on Arcgis which I would not have otherwise known.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Really interesting subject, and the tutes were useful. The main thing you need to understand to do well is taking on the arcgis assignments / handling data

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

I found this to be quite an interesting subject, and it was relatively easy too. I barely studied and stopped attending lectures after week 2 and still managed to scrape a H1. The key to this subject, as the lecturer pointed out, is understanding what you are meant to do for the assignments. Know how to use arcgis, and dedicate some time to thoroughly researching your essay topic.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

This subject had really interesting content but my grades definitely suffered from having a disengaged tutor (wrote a pretty big complaint about him being late/letting us discuss questions and not talking to us though so hopefully he picks up his game) In semester 1 2016 the assessments were made up of three short essays at 600 words, which I found quite challenging to complete given the interesting and in depth information we were required to cover in them. i took this as a second year student and I don't know whether my tutor just marked harshly, but a lot was expected from mostly first years just starting uni.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

I was a bit iffy about this subject. Was my first semester at uni and I found it quite full on. It's a subject where you definitely have to keep up with lecturers and readings!!! Assessment was interesting but fair!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014