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SOCY1030 Lecture and Reading Notes

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Includes lecture notes for weeks 1 to 10 of class Includes notes for readings weeks 1 to 6 and 8, m...

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Reviews

SOCY1030 is a strange subject. I truly believe the core points of the course are incredibly important, however this subject was LOOOOOONG. I was over it after about 6 weeks - the content got stale and repetitive. The lecturer for Semester 2, 2016 (Mair Underwood) was a fill in, so I don't think it's too fair to comment on her knowledge of the field (which was ok, regardless). I believe the fact that Mair had never taught the course before is the reason for a lot of my disappointments with the subject as well - assignment requirements were not made clear in lectures at all. Tutorials were fine as well, during the group presentations, they can be boring af - each presentation takes up the entire session, so there's just over a month of content that is only delivered by peers (and unless if you get a great group presenting, it can be difficult to consolidate this knowledge). The health report which is the major assessment piece for this subject was easy enough, as I discussed earlier, the expectations of the report were not made clear at all - it took me a long time to even figure out what the POINT of the report was (in the end, I settled that there was no point, and to just do it any way). Overall, the subject definitely requires some improvements, but it's not the worst course ever and for most, it's a required subject so just deal with it. It's not hard, just annoying and very dry, but you'll live.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016