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April 21, 2021, 06:53:10 pm

Author Topic: Global Politics VS Australian Politics HELP??  (Read 2280 times)  Share 

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Samanthaforbes

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Global Politics VS Australian Politics HELP??
« on: November 05, 2015, 12:25:48 pm »
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Next year I am picking up a 3/4 subject by distance (without doing 1/2)
I am interested in Global Politics and Australian Politics, but need some advice! Which has more content and is considered harder?? and will I find one more difficult than the other considering I'm doing it by distance without doing 1/2.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated!!  ;D :D

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Re: Global Politics VS Australian Politics HELP??
« Reply #1 on: November 06, 2015, 12:35:16 am »
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Next year I am picking up a 3/4 subject by distance (without doing 1/2)
I am interested in Global Politics and Australian Politics, but need some advice! Which has more content and is considered harder?? and will I find one more difficult than the other considering I'm doing it by distance without doing 1/2.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated!!  ;D :D
They both have the same amount of content but it is easier to find stuff relating to Global politics because, well there are more international newspapers than there are Australian newspapers obviously.

Overall most people would prefer Global due to more interesting content. My politics class voted what we would do next year and we unanimosuly decided to go for global due to it being so much more interesting.

Overall the more interesting A subject is the easier it will be choose which one intrests you.
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