Constitutional Politics: Australia in Comparative Perspective
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Definitely an interesting unit if you're into Australian politics. Covers all the basics but to do well in this unit requires far more than a general understanding of the political system, but rather asks you to critically analyse it in many senses. Therefore it is definitely an advantage if you've done Politics and Law at high school or already have a good understanding of the processes and conventions of Australian politics. Unit lacked a little structure at times but was overall good.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018
Peter, the lecturer is extremely qualified. If you are interested in the Australian political system, this unit will not disappoint. The tutorials are discussion based and the text is enjoyable to read, rather than dense and a repetition of the lecture. Totally recommend!!
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017
The lecturer, Peter was fantastic and engaging. I found the material to be very interesting and the text to be very useful. However, the tutor, Ash was incredibly disappointing - the tutorials were a complete waste of my time as he did nothing to encourage students nor facilitate productive discussion.