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POLS20025 International Relations: Key Questions H1 Readings Notes

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International Relations: Key Questions (POLS20025) Lecture Notes

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Poorly run in 2020, little assessment guidance and way too much reading. Lectures are interesting but I reckon this class is more likely to drag down than boost your WAM

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2020

This subject was good because my tutor was great and the discussions the class had in our tutorials were actually really useful in learning (adding to the lecture content) and discussion for the assignment. However it wasn't a very well organised (readings came out later) + the lectures were sometimes quite useless

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

I believe that in 2019 this subject was run very poorly, in comparison to other subjects I've done at UniMelb. The lecture content was severely lacking. The subject guide wasn't released until two weeks into the course. The readings were released progressively, which did not allow us to read ahead. No recommended readings were provided either, and since the required readings did not pertain to the actual assessments, this really affected my appreciation for this subject.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019