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Geography: Drinking Up and Bottoming Out

Can be used as a context for (1.5) geographic research, or for (1.6) as a contemporary NZ geographical issue.

Students will investigate alcohol-related harm as a contemporary geographic issue. This involves describing the nature, describing different viewpoints and later describing and assessing possible strategies to reduce alcohol-related harm.

 Alcohol-related harm will be examined by the class as a global issue. Students will then apply their knowledge and understanding to a New Zealand context.

Geography: Drinking Up and Bottoming Out

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