This is an advanced unit for Criminology Honours, and for Criminology Professional Honours
This unit provides the foundations for a critical understanding of key issues, debates and theoretical approaches in criminology and criminal justice. The unit offers an overview of major cutting-edge perspectives in criminology, with particular focus on critical criminology, feminist criminology, queer criminology, southern criminology, green criminology, forensic criminology and historical criminology. As part of this, the unit discusses contemporary developments in the field, for example, innovative justice, and new ways of understanding and responding to the links between criminal and social justice. The unit draws upon applied case examples in exploring the theory-research-policy nexus.
|Unit name||Criminological Theory and Practice|
|Faculty/School||College of Arts, Law and Education
School of Social Sciences
|Discipline||Sociology and Criminology|
Professor Rob White
|Available as student elective?||No|
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Major essay 4,000 words (60%), class participation (10%), Take home test (30%).
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