In this unit, students will be introduced to the key analytical concepts in the study of society and culture, with a focus on approaches to social and cultural life as always shaped in ongoing intercultural processes and relations. Students will be provided with the opportunity to reflect upon the relationship, as well as the difference, between social and cultural explanations of contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander issues, and how these explanations will shape different kinds of responses to address social problems. They will explore the role of gender, race, ethnicity, class and social inequality, as well as language and expressive culture, in the shaping and contestation of social and cultural ideas and practice.
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