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Reviews

Very boring. Content confusing if you don't know basic definitions. Lectures just seem to ramble on.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

SRAP1000 is a mandatory course for many degrees such as social work, criminology and social research and policy. Unfortunately yes, it is boring and tedious as previous comments have stated. However, everyone is different ofcourse and it is a good idea to look at the course outline to get a gist of it. Personally i found that it was reallyyy boring and HARD (especially for first years like me). However this course was mandatory for me, and if i had a choice i would not have chosen it, would not really recommend it unless you believe you will have a passion for it.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

This is a very boring and tiresome unit. It is very hard to stay on task and focus, but it is easy to get a distinction in it without attending lectures.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

A terrible subject to have in your first semester of uni. Lectures were extremely boring and tutorials were not helpful at all. SRAP1000 should not be part of a Social Work degree.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Only 3 assignments but they are heavily weighted. The guest lectures at the end of semester are interesting but generally the topics are quite dry. Tutorials could be more engaging, as all you do every week is read, analyse and discuss an article relevant to that week's lecture topic.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015