|1.||Describe key criminological approaches and their historical and political roots;|
|2.||Differentiate between conservative, mainstream and radical theories in criminology and relate them to the way in which changing social, political and economic contexts affects the way certain crimes are defined;|
|3.||Collaborate in small groups to communicate and interpret criminological knowledge in written and oral formats;|
|4.||Demonstrate effective library-based research skills to develop a sound understanding of the criminological literature;|
|5.||Apply effective academic writing skills in critical analysis of a key criminological issue.|
|Test||MC Quiz (2)||20%|
|Essay||An individual written 1,500 word essay.||40%|
|Presentation||A group presentation on a selected topic||40%|
Crime, Criminality and Criminal Justice, 2nd
Rob White and Santina Perrone (2016)
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