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GEOG10001 Famine - Complete notes + summary table

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GEOG10001 Famine: the Geography of Scarcity complete notes (very comprehensive) + summary table (als...

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H1 Famine Notes (readings, lectures, tutorials, extra readings)

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DETAILED NOTES of lectures, required readings, recommended readings and tutorials can be used to pr...

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GEOG10001 Famine - Comprehensive Summary

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Intro: Famine and the Geography of Scarcity; What are 'human-environment relations'? Part 1: Fami...

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Famine Lecture and Tutorial Notes

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

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Famine: Revision Notes

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Got 92 (H1) for this subject. If you go to the tutorials, you will have no trouble with the two small assignments using arcgis as the tutors will basically show you how to do it. There is lots of hand holding throughout these two assignments. There is an opportunity to submit a draft for the final essay which the lecturers (and i) recommend. If you implement the feedback you get into your final essay, you should do well. The exam is only multi choice, is online and is open book. If you somehow managed to do badly on the previous assessments, the exam will pull you through to a h1. Topics are decently interesting and I highly recommend this subject.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

I loved this subject! I thought it was well organised and had interesting content, although I agree with the previous poster that it can become repetitive. Wolf was a fantastic lecturer and super approachable. I thought that the assessments were very straight forward and the 2 mapping tasks didn't take long to complete. The exam was also multiple choice and open book which is great if you have concise notes with it.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Easy first-year subject. They make assessments very straightforward with clear criteria so you know where your points go. Content is pretty interesting.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

the subject overall was pretty interesting, apart from the week on the climate system hahaha(sciency stuff is not my forte). assignments were fairly easy but the research essay was definitely not easy to achieve a HIGH mark(eg above 85). the exam was harder than i had expected(cuz the lecturer Wolf made it sound SO easy in week 12).

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Overall an okay subject. Assessments were relatively easy and the lecturers were very knowledgeable however I found the lecture content to be quite repetitive after the first few weeks with the same information being repeated without much change. Easy first year subject.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

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