Technology and the Environment
Develops an understanding of a systematic approach to policy making and an awareness of how non-technical dimensions, including ethical, spiritual, social, political and economic issues, can arise, and should be systematically treated in technological and management decisions; particularly in relation to systemic bio-physical evaluation and the nature of norms as design constraints in socio-political contexts.
|Faculty||Faculty of Education and Arts|
|School||School of Humanities and Social Science|
Not currently offered
On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
The course covers the nature of norms and their application, basic principles of dynamic systems and of the choice of systems models, analyses of systems normative dimensions (e.g. robustness criteria) and socio-political systems and their normative character and impacts, including in environmental design.
|Assumed Knowledge||Qualification for entry to the Diploma or Master of Environmental Studies, or equivalent.|
|Timetable||2016 Course Timetables for PHIL6910|