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Gender and Development in Asia and the Pacific since WWII
Course Code HIST504
EFTS 0.1250
Points 15.00
Level 5
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The course addresses the changing concepts of development, from its early focus on economic growth to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and alternative frameworks. Students are introduced to examples of community, regional, international, sustainable and indigenous development in the Asia-Pacific region. A cross-cutting gender analysis, from the exclusion of unpaid work from economic frameworks, to the inclusion of third gender people in law and policy frameworks, is examined and applied. Students will examine how civil society advocacy and global agreements on climate change, environmental protection, human rights and wellbeing, and the COVID pandemic, are changing the discourse and outcomes of development and gender analysis.
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The course is available as part of the following qualifications.
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  AK3704   Bachelor of Arts   (BA)
  INEXCH1   International Exchange (Inbound)   (INEXCH)
  SABRD1   Study Abroad   (Study Abroad)
  ICE1   Individual Course Enrolment   (ICE)
  AK2001   Diploma in Arts   (DipArts)
No requisite courses specified.
2024Semester 2
Class Stream Starting Ending Day Time Room
HIST504/N201  15-Jul-2024  08-Nov-2024       
2025Semester 2
Class Stream Starting Ending Day Time Room
HIST504/N201  21-Jul-2025  14-Nov-2025       
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