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this unit was really interesting even though i have no interest in anthropology. debra is so passionate about her topics and makes everything understandable but you need a lot of logic and great thinking to understand everything. there is a lot to read every week and without watching the lectures and doing the readings you can't really get much done at the tutorials. the tutorials were actually so helpful but if you're lazy or don't like writing essays and extended answers don't take this unit.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Debra is a great lecturer -very enthusiastic and approachable. They really encourage collaboration. Although, the unit did require quite a bit of weekly work to keep up -but this (for me) meant that by the time the exam came I had already done quite a bit of work and lessened the study load.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

The unit itself is very interesting if you are looking for something a bit further away from anatomy and human biology taught in first year. Debra Judge is a great lecturer, yet majority of her students find her teaching a bit left of centre and harder to follow. The unit requires a substantial amount of work, with the assessments being particularly challenging. Up to 50 pages of reading is assigned each week and although you could get through the unit and tutorials without them, I found that they really consolidated my understanding of the content taught. o

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015