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CRIM 100

: Big Ideas in Criminology
2022 Semester One (1223)
Introduces a range of big ideas in criminology that inform contemporary research and justice, both locally and globally. Presents the main concepts and theoretical foundations that inform the field. Critically analyses topical issues and debates related to crime, justice, deviance and social harm.
Subject: Criminology
Restriction: CRIM 201
627

CRIM 200

: Cultural Criminology
2024 Semester One (1243)
Exposes students to the major concepts and methodological approaches within cultural criminology, a field that is unique in its exploration of the meanings associated with crime and deviance. The course also considers the broader contexts of crime, how powerful groups and media influence criminal justice policies, and the relationship between popular discourses and the nature of social control.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 60 points passed from BA courses
628

CRIM 200

: Cultural Criminology
2022 Semester One (1223)
Exposes students to the major concepts and methodological approaches within cultural criminology, a field that is unique in its exploration of the meanings associated with crime and deviance. The course also considers the broader contexts of crime, how powerful groups and media influence criminal justice policies, and the relationship between popular discourses and the nature of social control.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 60 points passed from BA courses
629

CRIM 200

: Cultural Criminology
2021 Semester One (1213)
Exposes students to the major concepts and methodological approaches within cultural criminology, a field that is unique in its exploration of the meanings associated with crime and deviance. The course also considers the broader contexts of crime, how powerful groups and media influence criminal justice policies, and the relationship between popular discourses and the nature of social control.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 60 points passed from BA courses
630

CRIM 200

: Cultural Criminology
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Exposes students to the major concepts and methodological approaches within cultural criminology, a field that is unique in its exploration of the meanings associated with crime and deviance. The course also considers the broader contexts of crime, how powerful groups and media influence criminal justice policies, and the relationship between popular discourses and the nature of social control.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 60 points passed from BA courses
631

CRIM 201

: Debates in Criminology
2021 Semester One (1213)
Presents analysis of criminal behaviour, crime control and community safety. Attention is paid to criminal offending, response and regulation. Examples are drawn from New Zealand and overseas.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 30 points from MĀORI 130, PHIL 103, 104, POLITICS 109, SOCIOL 100, 101, 103
632

CRIM 201

: Debates in Criminology
2020 Semester One (1203)
Presents analysis of criminal behaviour, crime control and community safety. Attention is paid to criminal offending, response and regulation. Examples are drawn from New Zealand and overseas.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 30 points from MĀORI 130, PHIL 103, 104, POLITICS 109, SOCIOL 100, 101, 103
633

CRIM 202

: Contemporary Issues in Punishment
2023 Semester Two (1235)
The focus is on contemporary issues in punishment, considering both its purposes and effectiveness. The course explores a range of perspectives drawing on longstanding criminological, sociological and philosophical literatures.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 30 points from MĀORI 130, PHIL 103, 104, POLITICS 109, SOCIOL 100, 101, 103
634

CRIM 202

: Contemporary Issues in Punishment
2022 Semester One (1223)
The focus is on contemporary issues in punishment, considering both its purposes and effectiveness. The course explores a range of perspectives drawing on longstanding criminological, sociological and philosophical literatures.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 30 points from MĀORI 130, PHIL 103, 104, POLITICS 109, SOCIOL 100, 101, 103
635

CRIM 202

: Contemporary Issues in Punishment
2021 Semester Two (1215)
The focus is on contemporary issues in punishment, considering both its purposes and effectiveness. The course explores a range of perspectives drawing on longstanding criminological, sociological and philosophical literatures.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 30 points from MĀORI 130, PHIL 103, 104, POLITICS 109, SOCIOL 100, 101, 103
636

CRIM 202

: Contemporary Issues in Punishment
2020 Semester One (1203)
The focus is on contemporary issues in punishment, considering both its purposes and effectiveness. The course explores a range of perspectives drawing on longstanding criminological, sociological and philosophical literatures.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 30 points from MĀORI 130, PHIL 103, 104, POLITICS 109, SOCIOL 100, 101, 103
637

CRIM 203

: The Criminal Mind: Crime and Individual Differences
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Examines the phenomena of crime and punishment from a psychological perspective. Particular attention is paid to psychological explanations of crime, the relationship between mental illness and crime, and the role of psychology in law enforcement, the courts, and corrections.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 60 points passed from BA courses
638

CRIM 203

: The Criminal Mind: Crime and Individual Differences
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Examines the phenomena of crime and punishment from a psychological perspective. Particular attention is paid to psychological explanations of crime, the relationship between mental illness and crime, and the role of psychology in law enforcement, the courts, and corrections.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 30 points from MĀORI 130, PHIL 103, 104, POLITICS 109, PSYCH 108, SOCIOL 100, 101, 103
639

CRIM 204

: Critical Studies in Policing
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Explores policing in New Zealand and beyond, including its legal and theoretical underpinnings. Critically examine media representations of the police, policing and inequality; police culture, power and accountability; the effects of human rights claims on policing methods and emerging threats to policing both locally and globally.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 60 points passed from BA courses
640

CRIM 204

: Critical Studies in Policing
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Explores policing in New Zealand and beyond, including its legal and theoretical underpinnings. Critically examine media representations of the police, policing and inequality; police culture, power and accountability; the effects of human rights claims on policing methods and emerging threats to policing both locally and globally.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 30 points from MĀORI 130, PHIL 103, 104, POLITICS 109, SOCIOL 100, 101, 103
641

CRIM 205

: Crime, Media and Society
2024 Semester One (1243)
The relationship between crime and the media is complex and contradictory. This course investigates this relationship by encouraging students to develop an understanding of how the media help to influence the public views of crime and criminalisation. It will do this by focusing on media portrayals of crime and criminal behaviour, media effects, and theories of media and communication.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 60 points passed from BA courses
642

CRIM 205

: Crime, Media and Society
2024 Summer School (1240)
The relationship between crime and the media is complex and contradictory. This course investigates this relationship by encouraging students to develop an understanding of how the media help to influence the public views of crime and criminalisation. It will do this by focusing on media portrayals of crime and criminal behaviour, media effects, and theories of media and communication.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 60 points passed from BA courses
643

CRIM 205

: Crime, Media and Society
2023 Semester One (1233)
The relationship between crime and the media is complex and contradictory. This course investigates this relationship by encouraging students to develop an understanding of how the media help to influence the public views of crime and criminalisation. It will do this by focusing on media portrayals of crime and criminal behaviour, media effects, and theories of media and communication.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage I in Law, Media, Film and Television, Psychology, or Sociology
644

CRIM 205

: Crime, Media and Society
2021 Semester One (1213)
The relationship between crime and the media is complex and contradictory. This course investigates this relationship by encouraging students to develop an understanding of how the media help to influence the public views of crime and criminalisation. It will do this by focusing on media portrayals of crime and criminal behaviour, media effects, and theories of media and communication.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage I in Law, Media, Film and Television, Psychology, or Sociology
645

CRIM 207

: Criminology: Indigenous and Global
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Are we all equal before the law? Or are groups treated differently by the criminal justice system? With particular emphasis on indigenous peoples in New Zealand, Australia and Canada, this course examines the impact of differential practices on inequalities and collective efforts to achieve social change. Concepts of restorative justice are central to this course.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 60 points passed from BA or BGlobalSt courses
Restriction: CRIM 302
646

CRIM 207

: Criminology: Indigenous and Global
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Are we all equal before the law? Or are groups treated differently by the criminal justice system? With particular emphasis on indigenous peoples in New Zealand, Australia and Canada, this course examines the impact of differential practices on inequalities and collective efforts to achieve social change. Concepts of restorative justice are central to this course.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: CRIM 100 or GLOBAL 100 or 102 or 15 points at Stage I in Sociology
Restriction: CRIM 302
647

CRIM 207

: Criminology: Indigenous and Global
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Are we all equal before the law? Or are groups treated differently by the criminal justice system? With particular emphasis on indigenous peoples in New Zealand, Australia and Canada, this course examines the impact of differential practices on inequalities and collective efforts to achieve social change. Concepts of restorative justice are central to this course.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: CRIM 100 or GLOBAL 100 or 102 or 15 points at Stage I in Sociology
Restriction: CRIM 302
648

CRIM 208

: Hate Crime
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Provides an overview of ‘hate’ and prejudice-motivated crime using a variety of criminological perspectives. Examines the causes, consequences and manifestations of hate, as well as the social context in which hate crimes occur. Engages with questions around the impact of and responses to hate crime, as well as the link between online and offline hate.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 60 points passed from BA courses
649

CRIM 208

: Hate Crime
2023 Semester One (1233)
Provides an overview of ‘hate’ and prejudice-motivated crime using a variety of criminological perspectives. Examines the causes, consequences and manifestations of hate, as well as the social context in which hate crimes occur. Engages with questions around the impact of and responses to hate crime, as well as the link between online and offline hate.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 60 points passed from BA courses
650

CRIM 208

: Hate Crime
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Provides an overview of ‘hate’ and prejudice-motivated crime using a variety of criminological perspectives. Examines the causes, consequences and manifestations of hate, as well as the social context in which hate crimes occur. Engages with questions around the impact of and responses to hate crime, as well as the link between online and offline hate.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 60 points passed from BA courses