|1.||Explain the international and Australian criminological debate concerning border control, crimmigration and a detailed knowledge of key topics and key scholars in the field;|
|2.||Analyse critically the contemporary policies of border control in different contexts;|
|3.||Demonstrate critical understanding of border police, the role and functioning of administrative detention and deportation, and the use of criminal law in border control.|
|Annotated Bibliography||2,000-word (Group)||30%|
|Report||2,500-word report (Individual)||40%|
|Presentation||15-minute presentation (Group)||30%|
The Crimmigrant Other: Migration and penal power.
Franko, K. (2019).
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