|1.||Understand state and state-corporate crime, including the role it plays in the criminal justice system and its relationship with power;|
|2.||Analyse critically the challenges involved in regulating, prosecuting and punishing these crimes from a global and local perspective;|
|3.||Demonstrate a critical understanding of the forms of individual business or corporate and/or State crime, including such forms of financial crime, genocide and corruption.|
|Exercise||Outline - 500 words||20%|
|Literature Review||1,000 words||30%|
State-corporate crime: Wrongdoing at the intersection of business and government.
Michalowski, R. J., & Kramer, R. C. (2006).
Rutgers University Press.
The corporate criminal: Why corporations must be abolished.
Tombs, S., & Whyte, D. (2015).
State crime and resistance.
Stanley, E., & McCulloch, J. (Eds.). (2012).
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