This subject develops knowledge of Indigenous Australian peoples' varied and diverse realities. It will enhance understandings of the effects of historical and contemporary policy and practices on the lives of Indigenous Australian peoples. It examines a range of social, cultural, historical, and institutional factors that impact on the contemporary experiences of Indigenous Australian and non-Indigenous Australian peoples using a relational framework. Students will apply critical thinking, analysis, and reflection skills to consider Indigenous cultural competency for professional contexts.
No offerings have been identified for this subject in 2019.
School of Indigenous Australian Studies
Enrolment in this subject is available to students who have completed IKC100, IKC101, IKC102, IKC103, IKC200, IKC201, IKC202, IKC300, IKC302, and IKC303.
No TCR is applicable to IKC101 and IKC403.
IKC302 Human Rights and Indigenous Australians - compatible subject
IKC201 Comparative Indigenous Studies - compatible subject
IKC101 Indigenous Australian Cultures, Histories and Contemporary Realities - compatible subject
IKC102 Indigenous Australian Cultures - compatible subject
IKC103 Indigenous Australian Histories - compatible subject
IKC202 Indigenous Australians and Literatures: Critical Endeavours - compatible subject
IKC200 Contemporary Indigenous Australian Realities - compatible subject
IKC300 Indigenous Australians and the Politics of Race and Representation - compatible subject
IKC100 Indigenous Health - compatible subject
IKC303 Indigenous Australians and the Politics of Control - compatible subject
The information contained in the CSU Handbook was accurate at the date of publication: May 2019. The University reserves the right to vary the information at any time without notice.