Faculty of Arts
Understanding Aotearoa New Zealand
Using a variety of visual and written texts, the course takes a critical look at contemporary social issues in Aotearoa New Zealand. We begin by exploring New Zealand’s colonial origins and development, before examining the role of ethnicity, class, gender and sexuality in producing social inequalities and social identities, and we finish by considering New Zealand’s claim to be a "green" country.
Coordinator(s) Dr Vivienne Elizabeth
Coursework + exam
SOCIOL 101: 15.0 points