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2451

TFCSOCIO 91F

: Foundation Sociology 1
2022 Semester One (1223)
Introduces students to fundamental building blocks in sociology. Students develop familiarity with key sociological concepts that explain social inequalities, enabling them to think sociologically about this issue. In particular, students learn how social structures (for example, class, race/ethnicity, gender and sexuality), social institutions (for instance, the state) as well as interactions between people produce and sustain various forms of inequality.
Subject: TFC Sociology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
2452

TFCSOCIO 91F

: Foundation Sociology 1
2021 Semester One (1213)
Introduces students to fundamental building blocks in sociology. Students develop familiarity with key sociological concepts that explain social inequalities, enabling them to think sociologically about this issue. In particular, students learn how social structures (for example, class, race/ethnicity, gender and sexuality), social institutions (for instance, the state) as well as interactions between people produce and sustain various forms of inequality.
Subject: TFC Sociology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
2453

TFCSOCIO 91F

: Foundation Sociology 1
2020 Semester One (1203)
Introduces students to fundamental building blocks in sociology. Students develop familiarity with key sociological concepts that explain social inequalities, enabling them to think sociologically about this issue. In particular, students learn how social structures (for example, class, race/ethnicity, gender and sexuality), social institutions (for instance, the state) as well as interactions between people produce and sustain various forms of inequality.
Subject: TFC Sociology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
2454

TFCSOCIO 92F

: Foundation Sociology 2
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Focuses on Aotearoa New Zealand as a multicultural nation produced through colonisation and subsequent waves of migration. Using a range of case studies, the course highlights the role of different cultural norms and values in creating diverse experiences of living in Aotearoa New Zealand. Such divergent realities invite reconsideration of what it means to be a ‘New Zealander’.
Subject: TFC Sociology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
2455

TFCSOCIO 92F

: Foundation Sociology 2
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Focuses on Aotearoa New Zealand as a multicultural nation produced through colonisation and subsequent waves of migration. Using a range of case studies, the course highlights the role of different cultural norms and values in creating diverse experiences of living in Aotearoa New Zealand. Such divergent realities invite reconsideration of what it means to be a ‘New Zealander’.
Subject: TFC Sociology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
2456

TFCSOCIO 92F

: Foundation Sociology 2
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Focuses on Aotearoa New Zealand as a multicultural nation produced through colonisation and subsequent waves of migration. Using a range of case studies, the course highlights the role of different cultural norms and values in creating diverse experiences of living in Aotearoa New Zealand. Such divergent realities invite reconsideration of what it means to be a ‘New Zealander’.
Subject: TFC Sociology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
2457

TFCSOCIO 92F

: Foundation Sociology 2
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Focuses on Aotearoa New Zealand as a multicultural nation produced through colonisation and subsequent waves of migration. Using a range of case studies, the course highlights the role of different cultural norms and values in creating diverse experiences of living in Aotearoa New Zealand. Such divergent realities invite reconsideration of what it means to be a ‘New Zealander’.
Subject: TFC Sociology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
2458

THEOREL 101

: The Bible and Popular Culture
2024 Semester One (1243)
An exploration of biblical themes, images, and metaphors in contemporary film, music and cultural arts through which religion and culture intersect. It develops tools appropriate for analysing popular culture, as it moves from the local to the national to the global.
Subject: Theological & Religious Studs
Restriction: THEOLOGY 101, 101G
2459

THEOREL 101

: The Bible and Popular Culture
2023 Semester One (1233)
An exploration of biblical themes, images, and metaphors in contemporary film, music and cultural arts through which religion and culture intersect. It develops tools appropriate for analysing popular culture, as it moves from the local to the national to the global.
Subject: Theological & Religious Studs
Restriction: THEOLOGY 101, 101G
2460

THEOREL 101

: The Bible and Popular Culture
2022 Semester Two (1225)
An exploration of biblical themes, images, and metaphors in contemporary film, music and cultural arts through which religion and culture intersect. It develops tools appropriate for analysing popular culture, as it moves from the local to the national to the global.
Subject: Theological & Religious Studs
Restriction: THEOLOGY 101, 101G
2461

THEOREL 101

: The Bible and Popular Culture
2021 Semester Two (1215)
An exploration of biblical themes, images, and metaphors in contemporary film, music and cultural arts through which religion and culture intersect. It develops tools appropriate for analysing popular culture, as it moves from the local to the national to the global.
Subject: Theological & Religious Studs
Restriction: THEOLOGY 101, 101G
2462

THEOREL 101

: The Bible and Popular Culture
2020 Semester Two (1205)
An exploration of biblical themes, images, and metaphors in contemporary film, music and cultural arts through which religion and culture intersect. It develops tools appropriate for analysing popular culture, as it moves from the local to the national to the global.
Subject: Theological & Religious Studs
Restriction: THEOLOGY 101, 101G
2463

THEOREL 101G

: The Bible and Popular Culture
2021 Semester Two (1215)
An exploration of biblical themes, images, and metaphors in contemporary film, music and cultural arts through which religion and culture intersect. It develops tools appropriate for analysing popular culture, as it moves from the local to the national to the global.
Subject: Theological & Religious Studs
Restriction: THEOLOGY 101, 101G
2464

THEOREL 101G

: The Bible and Popular Culture
2020 Semester Two (1205)
An exploration of biblical themes, images, and metaphors in contemporary film, music and cultural arts through which religion and culture intersect. It develops tools appropriate for analysing popular culture, as it moves from the local to the national to the global.
Subject: Theological & Religious Studs
Restriction: THEOLOGY 101, 101G
2465

THEOREL 106

: Islam and the Contemporary World
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Since the religion of Islam has become a very significant aspect of contemporary global and local societies, this course seeks to introduce students to an understanding of key aspects of Islam and an analysis of its significant contribution to New Zealand society as well as to societies and cultures across the world.
Subject: Theological & Religious Studs
Restriction: THEOLOGY 106, 106G
2466

THEOREL 106

: Islam and the Contemporary World
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Since the religion of Islam has become a very significant aspect of contemporary global and local societies, this course seeks to introduce students to an understanding of key aspects of Islam and an analysis of its significant contribution to New Zealand society as well as to societies and cultures across the world.
Subject: Theological & Religious Studs
Restriction: THEOLOGY 106, 106G
2467

THEOREL 106

: Islam and the Contemporary World
2022 Semester One (1223)
Since the religion of Islam has become a very significant aspect of contemporary global and local societies, this course seeks to introduce students to an understanding of key aspects of Islam and an analysis of its significant contribution to New Zealand society as well as to societies and cultures across the world.
Subject: Theological & Religious Studs
Restriction: THEOLOGY 106, 106G
2468

THEOREL 106

: Islam and the Contemporary World
2021 Semester One (1213)
Since the religion of Islam has become a very significant aspect of contemporary global and local societies, this course seeks to introduce students to an understanding of key aspects of Islam and an analysis of its significant contribution to New Zealand society as well as to societies and cultures across the world.
Subject: Theological & Religious Studs
Restriction: THEOLOGY 106, 106G
2469

THEOREL 106

: Islam and the Contemporary World
2020 Semester One (1203)
Since the religion of Islam has become a very significant aspect of contemporary global and local societies, this course seeks to introduce students to an understanding of key aspects of Islam and an analysis of its significant contribution to New Zealand society as well as to societies and cultures across the world.
Subject: Theological & Religious Studs
Restriction: THEOLOGY 106, 106G
2470

THEOREL 106G

: Islam and the Contemporary World
2021 Semester One (1213)
Since the religion of Islam has become a very significant aspect of contemporary global and local societies, this course seeks to introduce students to an understanding of key aspects of Islam and an analysis of its significant contribution to New Zealand society as well as to societies and cultures across the world.
Subject: Theological & Religious Studs
Restriction: THEOLOGY 106, 106G
2471

THEOREL 106G

: Islam and the Contemporary World
2020 Semester One (1203)
Since the religion of Islam has become a very significant aspect of contemporary global and local societies, this course seeks to introduce students to an understanding of key aspects of Islam and an analysis of its significant contribution to New Zealand society as well as to societies and cultures across the world.
Subject: Theological & Religious Studs
Restriction: THEOLOGY 106, 106G
2472

THEOREL 200

: A Major Religious Thinker
2022 Semester One (1223)
In-depth study of a figure whose thought has had a major impact on the development of one or more religious traditions. It includes the critical study of selected texts by the chosen thinker (where these have survived), and of texts and traditions related to the thinker. The figure chosen reflects the research interests of current staff.
Subject: Theological & Religious Studs
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage I
Restriction: THEOREL 300
2473

THEOREL 200

: A Major Religious Thinker
2020 Semester One (1203)
In-depth study of a figure whose thought has had a major impact on the development of one or more religious traditions. It includes the critical study of selected texts by the chosen thinker (where these have survived), and of texts and traditions related to the thinker. The figure chosen reflects the research interests of current staff.
Subject: Theological & Religious Studs
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage I
Restriction: THEOREL 300
2474

THEOREL 201

: Religions in New Zealand
2023 Semester One (1233)
An exploration of living religions in contemporary New Zealand, surveying the beliefs, traditions and practices that are central to religious groups in New Zealand and their interactions with contemporary culture both locally and globally. The course will introduce students to the comparative study of religion, engaging in such topics as religion and ritual, exploring belief, and interfaith dialogue.
Subject: Theological & Religious Studs
Prerequisite: 15 points at Stage I in Theology or from the BA Schedule, or approval of Academic Head or nominee
Restriction: THEOLOGY 201, THEOREL 320
2475

THEOREL 201

: Religions in New Zealand
2021 Semester Two (1215)
An exploration of living religions in contemporary New Zealand, surveying the beliefs, traditions and practices that are central to religious groups in New Zealand and their interactions with contemporary culture both locally and globally. The course will introduce students to the comparative study of religion, engaging in such topics as religion and ritual, exploring belief, and interfaith dialogue.
Subject: Theological & Religious Studs
Prerequisite: 15 points at Stage I in Theology or from the BA Schedule, or approval of Academic Head or nominee
Restriction: THEOLOGY 201