Completion of four units of study. Students must also meet the requirements to undertake study abroad as defined and updated by Victoria Abroad.
|1.||Critically analyse and research cross-cultural law and justice issues and to review relevance to the Australian legal situation;|
|2.||Identify and discuss contemporary of law and justice challenges and opportunities in the host country;|
|3.||Reflect on, participate in and lead cultural and law and justice discussions, presentations and activities;|
|4.||Critically commentate upon the role of culture in ethical decision making or problem solving; and|
|5.||Present reflections and observations of the tour to a cross cultural audience and hosts.|
|Journal||Reflective journal of the study tour||20%|
|Exercise||Leadership and active participation in activities and on tour presentation of reflection||20%|
|Essay||Research essay on agreed topic relevant to themes and content of the tour||60%|
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|Course||Study as part of|
|Bachelor of Criminology||Comparative Criminal Justice and Human Rights - Discipline Minor|
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