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Access to International Justice. Patrick Keyzer. Not all of the optional modules listed will be available in any one year. Module availability is dependent on staffing and the number of students wishing to take each module.
It has two major aims. First, the module aims to get you to engage in a discussion of major theoretical trends and debates in contemporary criminology, with particular attention to the links between these perspectives and criminal justice research, practice and policy-making. Your studies will interrogate theoretical criminology in a dynamic way, in dialogue with the social and political contexts of its production and circulation in our increasingly interdependent world. The second aim of the module is to equip you with basic knowledge and skills in contemporary criminological research methods.
You will examine the synergies and connections between criminology and psychology in particular forensic psychology , and look at how these disciplines feed into each other. We will examine psychological explanations for violence and sexual violence, and how these fit within theories that have arisen from within criminology. Finally, you will look at key contributions psychology has made to our understanding of offenders, the investigative process, and offender management.
This module is core to the MSc Criminology with Forensic Psychology programme and aims to develop your understanding of how psychology interacts with the criminal justice system. You will consider the psychological and psycho-social dimensions of crime and offending, and the psycho-judicial reactions to it. A core module for the MSc Criminology with Forensic Psychology programme, this module will acquaint you with the principal qualitative and quantitative research methodologies deployed in criminological and psychological enquiry. This module will develop and advance your knowledge and critical appreciation of research enquiry, interpretation and practice.
It will equip you with the core skills involved in developing, conducting, analysing and presenting criminological and psychological research findings. This module aims to provide you with the opportunity to develop a detailed and advanced understanding of a particular aspect of criminology, criminal justice and forensic psychology. You will define your own topic area, write a proposal for your dissertation work, conduct a comprehensive review of existing knowledge on the subject, formulate a methodology for conducting your own enquiries and write an in-depth report of the findings of your research.
Crime and disorder reduction remains a dominant issue on local and national governments' agendas. This module enables you to understand and analyse developments in crime and disorder reduction in urban localities though partnership working.
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Alongside the theoretical background to crime reduction, you will critically review applied practitioner solutions to crime prevention and reduction in a partnership context. The module prepares you with an understanding of key issues of public protection in the partnership context, including the National Offender Management Service NOMS ; risk assessment with regards to victims of crime; compliance to national standards; a critical appraisal of 'What Works' with offenders, tackling offending behaviour and restorative justice.
The learning outcomes will enable you to develop a detailed knowledge and understanding of the theoretical and policy concepts relevant to practice within the criminal justice system. You will explore shifts and changes in criminal justice responses to assess whether we are witnessing an era of tightening and punitive crime control policy. It incorporates the intersections of migration and criminal justice, how gender, race and class interact with the criminal justice system, sentencing and imprisonment trends, and new considerations of restorative and integrative justice.
The module takes a comparative perspective to assist an understanding of different approaches and responses to crime, offenders and criminal justice in other European and international jurisdictions, and to consider whether they provide ideas for alternative policies in this area. With increasing amounts of social activity taking place on the Internet cybercrime is becoming an important area of study.
By exploring the history, nature and patterns of cybercrime this module introduces you to the sociological and criminological study of crime on the Internet.gohu-takarabune.com/policy/localizar/johe-como-rastrear.php
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What is cybercrime? What criminological theories can we use to explain cybercrime? What harm does cybercrime cause? How do people become victims of cybercrime? How is cybercrime policed? How can cybercrime prevented?