Society and culture

Society and culture allows students to develop an understanding of the key concepts of persons, societies, cultures, environments and time – the relationships between and among them.

Additional concepts of the society and culture course are:

  • power
  • authority
  • identity
  • gender
  • technologies
  • globalisation.

Students also complete a personal interest project (PIP) to demonstrate social and cultural research methods about a topic of interest.

The NESA society and culture page contains the syllabus, a specimen exam and HSC rubrics as well as past papers and marking guidelines.

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