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This subject when taken in combination with international politics is quite helpful. Overall it presents you with ideas and concepts that give you a small taste of many other disciplines, such as political science, international politics, anthropology, psychology, environments etc. Overall, I found this subject interesting, but struggled a little with the assessment, as the prompts were very broad and found I had almost too much content to work with.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Some topics of this subject were very boring & dry (like Chinese capitalism) & sometimes poorly taught. The only good thing about this subject was my tutor.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Given that completing an arts foundation subject is compulsory, this is not a bad one to choose. It offers a taste of a range of other disciplines including anthropology, politics and media, many of which were interesting. Its biggest flaw is that the overarching theme of power only barely ties together what is essentially 12 weeks of random content. Plus, it often felt as though lecturers were forcing non-existent connections between the subject matter and power. But this is probably true of all foundation subjects so overall, I'd still recommend it as an interesting foundation subject.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

it's a no from me

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

The university recommends this subject for students intending to major in politics. However, it has a much more sociological and anthropological focus. If you're interested in political institutions and public policy I don't think this is a good subject to take. However, it might be more useful for students interested in the philosophical and sociological side of politics. The lecturers often seemed quite biased. There was a heavy focus on Marxist ideas, but no substantive discussion of liberal conceptions of power. One lecturer attacked 'neoliberals' as supportive of 'trickle down theory'. It was pretty shocking to see partisan rhetoric like this treated seriously. Ultimately, this subject is very different from what you would expect. I would not recommend it. Judging from the other reviews, not many other people would, either.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014
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