Development and Indigenous People (3041ENV)

This course will deal with contemporary issues and theory as they relate to the survival and retention of identity among indigenous people in the face of increasing pressure from the West and modern nation-states, particularly with regard to expanding resource demands from the industrial and post-industrial sectors. Case study materials are drawn from a range of societies, including those of Aboriginal Australia and the Pacific region, and address various development issues, including mining, tourism, conservation and climate change. Incompatible: EE13005 Development and Indigenous People; 3041AES Development and Indigenous People Advised Prerequisite: Completion of 120 credit points and /or completion of 2011ENV Anthropological Perspectives

Course study information

Credit points (awarded)

10 (10)

Study level

Student contribution band

Band 1

Usually available

Gold Coast Semester 2Nathan Semester 2

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