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Society and Environments Notes

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Very theoretical subject so people that are not used to arts-type content might really hate it. I liked this subject but it is hard to do well in. Has similarities to Reshaping Environments.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Very vague subject. More like a sociology subject than a geography subject. Not much guidances given for the assessments. Not recommended.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

The content is interesting, but the lecturer is very boring and only reads information in a monotone voice. I had a really good tutor which definitely improved the experience. Still, overall I feel it was a more vague and less well organised subject than Environmental Politics and Management, which is similar in content. For Society and Environments It was unclear what the markers were looking for in the assessments and the instructions for essays were vague and unhelpful. I found this subject very difficult to do well in even though I put in a lot of work. I wouldn't recommend it.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

such a hopeless subject - very vague, no solid content, the final take home essay question made absolutely no sense and they harshly marked assignments. would definitely not recommend.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016