|1.||Differentiate between conceptions of crime and criminality;|
|2.||Analyse diverse representations of crime and criminality to interpret the complexity of these concepts.|
|3.||Investigate relations between representations of crime, criminality and responses to them, and;|
|4.||Work collaboratively to collate and critically assess research information from diverse sources.|
|Test||Quiz matching activity||10%|
|Exercise||Summary reports (2 reports A and B 800 words each)||40%|
|Case Study||Group presentation and report (15 mins and 1000 words)||45%|
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