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Global Citizenship (ART201)

School School of Arts
Credit Points 3
Availability MURDOCH: S1-internal, S1-external, S2-internal, S2-external
Teaching Timetables Murdoch S1
Murdoch S2
Description What is it to be a global citizen in a world faced by challenges like climate change, extreme poverty, nuclear destruction and the exploitation of women and children? And what can global citizens do to address these challenges? Interesting examples of how global citizens can help promote change are appearing around the world (such as Occupy, Pussyhat Project and #MeToo). These show how global citizens can use new technological platforms to build support for action to address global challenges.
Unit Learning Outcomes On completion of this unit, students will be able to:
ULO 01 - Define what a global citizen is.
ULO 02 - Identify what global challenges are and describe one global challenge comprehensively.
ULO 03 - Employ the use of a global platform to promote collective action to address global challenges.
ULO 04 - Articulate the factors that account for the success and failure of groups tasked with producing a collectively generated output.
Timetabled Learning Activities Workshops: 2.5 hours per week.
Prerequisites Nil
Appears in these Courses/Majors:
see individual structures for context
Bachelor of Arts (BA) [New in 2019]
Community Development (BA)
English and Creative Writing (BA)
Geography and Economics (HASS) Major Teaching Area (BEd(Sec)) [New in 2019]
Global Politics and Policy (BA) [New in 2019]
History (BA)
History (HASS) Major Teaching Area (BEd(Sec)) [New in 2019]
Indonesian (BA)
International Aid and Development (BA) [New in 2019]
Japanese (BA)
Law + Arts [Combined] (LLB)+(BA)
Philosophy (BA)
Politics (HASS) Major Teaching Area (BEd(Sec)) [New in 2019]
Sociology (BA)
Sustainable Development (BA)
Theatre and Drama (BA)
Tourism and Events (BA)
Appears in these Co-Majors Humanities and Social Sciences Minor Teaching Area
Internet Access RequirementsMurdoch units normally include an online component comprising materials, discussions, lecture recordings and assessment activities. All students, regardless of their location or mode of study, need to have access to and be able to use computing devices with browsing capability and a connection to the Internet via Broadband (Cable, ADSL or Mobile) or Wireless. The Internet connection should be readily available and allow large amounts of data to be streamed or downloaded (approximately 100MB per lecture recording). Students also need to be able to enter into online discussions and submit assignments online.

Contacts

Unit Coordinator
ART201
Dr Dean Aszkielowicz
Lecturer

Murdoch Campus
t: 9360 2306
e: D.Asko@murdoch.edu.au
o: 450.4.033 - Education and Humanities, Murdoch Campus
Unit Contacts
ART201

MURDOCH: S2-External
Dr Ian Cook
Head of Discipline Global Studies

Murdoch Campus
t: 9360 6117
e: I.Cook@murdoch.edu.au
o: 450.3.039 - Education and Humanities, Murdoch Campus
ART201

MURDOCH: S1-External
MURDOCH: S1-Internal
Dr Dean Aszkielowicz
Lecturer

Murdoch Campus
t: 9360 2306
e: D.Asko@murdoch.edu.au
o: 450.4.033 - Education and Humanities, Murdoch Campus
ART201

MURDOCH: S2-Internal
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