In this course students will undertake an in-depth analysis of some of the major theoretical perspectives and debates that have influenced the contemporary direction of crime and justice-related research, policy and practice. This course exposes students to the social constructions of crime and criminality across local and international contexts and builds your skills for solving complex problems. You will research, analyse, evaluate and communicate key issues related to specific problems using media sources, government reviews and global scientific research to build these key graduate skills.
- Enrolled in Program AR409
- Semester of offer Subject to change
- Sunshine Coast: Semester 2
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- Band 4D
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- 1.4D: Human Society, Society & Culture, Sport & Recreation
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