|1.||Analyse processes through which individuals and groups are constructed as 'deviant'.|
|2.||Appraise key sociological approaches to the study of deviance and social control.|
|3.||Critically reflect upon sociological approaches to deviance by relating these to contemporary examples.|
|Exercise||Exemplify knowledge of key concepts from sessions 1-3 of unit through a set of short answer questions. End of Week 1.||25%|
|Test||Assessing knowledge of sociological theory and concepts at mid-point. End of Week 2.||15%|
|Case Study||Critically evaluate a key concept from the sociology of deviancy drawing upon a current example. End of Week 3.||40%|
|Presentation||Illustrate knowledge of how individuals or groups are constructed as deviant through a short presentation. End of Week 4.||20%|
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