The Disaster Resilient City
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Great subject! Learnt a lot about concepts that I had never come across before. Make sure to scan the readings before you sign up for your presentation week because they are a bit of a hit or miss.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018
I really enjoyed this subject. It opened my eyes to a lot of the human issues and causes surrounding disasters and how they impact populations. The tutorial presentations were probably the worst part about this subject - my class was allocated papers to present on, and some were noticeably easier to do well with than others. As another reviewer said, it's important you pick a good case study that you will be interested in and able to write essays on.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016
fairly interesting subject, learning about lots of global disasters throughout human history with a particular focus on the concepts of 'vulnerability and resilience' - you pick a case study disaster to do the 2 main essays on, so pick a good one - overall a good subject