Courses & Units

Indonesian Literature and its Social Context HMN304

Note: Available as an Asian Studies unit

Introduction

Examines 20th-century Indonesian literature by looking at its history, development, major writers and works. Important novels, short stories, poetry and plays are discussed.

Summary

Unit name Indonesian Literature and its Social Context
Unit code HMN304
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School Faculty of Arts
School of Humanities
Discipline Asian Languages & Studies
Teaching staff Assoc Prof P Allen
Level Advanced
Available as student elective? Yes
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Band CSP Student Contribution Full Fee Paying (domestic) Field of Education
1 2015: $769.00 2015: $1,812.00 091513

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Teaching

Teaching Pattern1-hr lecture, weekly topic on discussion board for student contribution (13 wks)
AssessmentWeekly online discussion forum (20%), 2,500-word paper (30%), short paper (10%), 3-hr final exam (40%)
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