Introduction to Sociology
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Whilst the content was really interesting, and the tutor tried their hardest, I felt that this course wasn't the best managed. There seemed to be no correlation between the lecture, tutorials and readings (which were long and dense), and the subject outline was not followed leading to general disorientation in regards to assignments.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015
I did this subject over summer session and loved it! I had a different lecturer/tutor to the autumn session classes and found him fun and engaging. The topics are really interesting and force you to analyse aspects of society you previously overlooked. The readings are quite dense - 2 chapters a class which roughly equates to 60 pages. Over summer you have two classes a week. However, during summer you do not have other subjects to study for so you are able to stay up to date with readings easily.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014
Subject co-ordinator was really into micro managing, this made the whole course unpleasant and much more difficult and tedious than needed. Our tutor was great however and the subject matter was very interesting. If you come in aware of the lecturer you should be able to enjoy it.