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651

CRIM 301

: Issues in Criminal Justice
2024 Semester One (1243)
Discusses the workings of the criminal justice system and explores and contextualises classical and emergent approaches to criminal justice, including their legal underpinnings. Practical and theoretical issues will be considered using a case study approach. Emphasis is given to the developing synthesis of criminal and social justice.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 90 points passed from BA courses, including 30 points at Stage II
652

CRIM 301

: Issues in Criminal Justice
2023 Semester One (1233)
Discusses the workings of the criminal justice system and explores and contextualises classical and emergent approaches to criminal justice, including their legal underpinnings. Practical and theoretical issues will be considered using a case study approach. Emphasis is given to the developing synthesis of criminal and social justice.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 90 points passed from BA courses, including 30 points at Stage II
653

CRIM 301

: Issues in Criminal Justice
2022 Semester One (1223)
Discusses the workings of the criminal justice system and explores and contextualises classical and emergent approaches to criminal justice, including their legal underpinnings. Practical and theoretical issues will be considered using a case study approach. Emphasis is given to the developing synthesis of criminal and social justice.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 90 points passed from BA courses, including 30 points at Stage II
654

CRIM 301

: Issues in Criminal Justice
2021 Semester One (1213)
Discusses the workings of the criminal justice system and explores and contextualises classical and emergent approaches to criminal justice, including their legal underpinnings. Practical and theoretical issues will be considered using a case study approach. Emphasis is given to the developing synthesis of criminal and social justice.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 15 points from CRIM 201, 202
655

CRIM 301

: Issues in Criminal Justice
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Discusses the workings of the criminal justice system and explores and contextualises classical and emergent approaches to criminal justice, including their legal underpinnings. Practical and theoretical issues will be considered using a case study approach. Emphasis is given to the developing synthesis of criminal and social justice.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 15 points from CRIM 201, 202
656

CRIM 303

: Gender, Crime and Justice
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Explores the importance of gender in the study of crime and criminal justice and examines patterns of offending, victimisation and employment in the criminal justice system amongst women and men. Traditional criminology theories and feminist critiques, and the differential treatment of women and men in the criminal justice system as victims, offenders and professionals will be critically examined and evaluated.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 90 points passed in BA courses, including 30 points at Stage II
657

CRIM 303

: Gender, Crime and Justice
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Explores the importance of gender in the study of crime and criminal justice and examines patterns of offending, victimisation and employment in the criminal justice system amongst women and men. Traditional criminology theories and feminist critiques, and the differential treatment of women and men in the criminal justice system as victims, offenders and professionals will be critically examined and evaluated.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 15 points from CRIM 201, 202
658

CRIM 304

: Key Issues in Restorative Justice
2024 Semester One (1243)
Provides a critical analysis of the restorative justice process as a response to offender behaviour, which will aid an understanding of its place within the wider criminal justice system. A variety of perspectives on restorative justice will be considered, as well as the various practices associated with it, and its effectiveness according to different stakeholders.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 90 points passed in BA courses, including 30 points at Stage II
659

CRIM 305

: Victims and Victimology
2023 Semester One (1233)
Explores patterns and theories of victimisation, the position of victims and victimology within criminology, and the representation of victims in the media. Includes case studies of specific types of victimisation such as racial hate crimes and family and sexual violence. Victims’ rights and the position of victims in the criminal justice system and restorative justice will also be examined.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 90 points passed in BA courses, including 30 points at Stage II
660

CRIM 305

: Victims and Victimology
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Explores patterns and theories of victimisation, the position of victims and victimology within criminology, and the representation of victims in the media. Includes case studies of specific types of victimisation such as racial hate crimes and family and sexual violence. Victims’ rights and the position of victims in the criminal justice system and restorative justice will also be examined.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 90 points passed in BA courses, including 30 points at Stage II
661

CRIM 305

: Victims and Victimology
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Explores patterns and theories of victimisation, the position of victims and victimology within criminology, and the representation of victims in the media. Includes case studies of specific types of victimisation such as racial hate crimes and family and sexual violence. Victims’ rights and the position of victims in the criminal justice system and restorative justice will also be examined.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 15 points from CRIM 201, 202
662

CRIM 307

: Doing Time: Incarceration and Punishment
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Examines punishment and incarceration as a complex social institution informed by a range of social relations and cultural meanings. Explores the way political, social and economic factors shape notions of law and order. Topics include: history of punishment and theories of incarceration, experiences of imprisonment and prison cultures, and various controversial issues in imprisonment, for example, privatisation, the use of solitary confinement, immigration detention, and prison abolition.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage II from Criminology, Global Politics and Human Rights
Restriction: SOCIOL 337
663

CRIM 307

: Doing Time: Incarceration and Punishment
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Examines punishment and incarceration as a complex social institution informed by a range of social relations and cultural meanings. Explores the way political, social and economic factors shape notions of law and order. Topics include: history of punishment and theories of incarceration, experiences of imprisonment and prison cultures, and various controversial issues in imprisonment, for example, privatisation, the use of solitary confinement, immigration detention, and prison abolition.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 15 points from CRIM 201, 202 or 30 points at Stage II in Global Politics and Human Rights
Restriction: SOCIOL 337
664

CRIM 307

: Doing Time: Incarceration and Punishment
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Examines punishment and incarceration as a complex social institution informed by a range of social relations and cultural meanings. Explores the way politics shape notions of law and order and also looks at technologies of incarceration. Topics include: history of punishment, theories of incarceration, sentence determination, inmate and staff perspectives on incarceration, youth, refugees, enemy combatant detention centres, penalty regimes.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 15 points from CRIM 201, 202 or 30 points at Stage II in Global Politics and Human Rights
Restriction: SOCIOL 337
665

CRIM 308

: Special Topic
2022 Semester One (1223)
Subject: Criminology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
666

CRIM 309

: Critical Research in Criminology
2023 Semester One (1233)
Introduces critical research methodology. Begins with the problems of epistemology (knowledge) and ontology (reality), then explores data (what is data?) and specific methods of data analysis, such as semiotics, discourse analysis and, amongst others, hermeneutics. Recommended to pursue postgraduate study in criminology.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 90 points in BA courses, including 30 points at Stage II
667

CRIM 309

: Critical Research in Criminology
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Introduces critical research methodology. Begins with the problems of epistemology (knowledge) and ontology (reality), then explores data (what is data?) and specific methods of data analysis, such as semiotics, discourse analysis and, amongst others, hermeneutics. Recommended to pursue postgraduate study in criminology.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 90 points in BA courses, including 30 points at Stage II
668

CRIM 310

: Paradoxes of Crime Technology
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Explores the limits and contradictions of crime prevention technologies. Focuses on the tension between the promises of such technologies and their consequences. Limits are explored via critical analyses of DNA typing, fingerprint comparison, forecasting or prediction, security technologies, and environmental controls, such as ‘target hardening’, ‘guardianship’ and ‘environmental design’.
Subject: Criminology
Prerequisite: 90 points passed from BA courses, including 30 points at Stage II
669

CRIM 700

: Research in Criminology
2024 Semester One (1243)
Examines the methods of research frequently employed in the field of criminology, and the various epistemological and ethical questions that arise in criminological research, and the connection between theory and research and quantitative and qualitative analytic strategies. Students will complete a research project under supervision.
Subject: Criminology
Restriction: CRIM 309
670

CRIM 700

: Research in Criminology
2023 Semester One (1233)
Examines the methods of research frequently employed in the field of criminology, and the various epistemological and ethical questions that arise in criminological research, and the connection between theory and research and quantitative and qualitative analytic strategies. Students will complete a research project under supervision.
Subject: Criminology
Restriction: CRIM 309
671

CRIM 700

: Research in Criminology
2022 Semester One (1223)
Examines the methods of research frequently employed in the field of criminology, and the various epistemological and ethical questions that arise in criminological research, and the connection between theory and research and quantitative and qualitative analytic strategies. Students will complete a research project under supervision.
Subject: Criminology
Restriction: CRIM 309
672

CRIM 700

: Research in Criminology
2021 Semester One (1213)
Examines the methods of research frequently employed in the field of criminology, and the various epistemological and ethical questions that arise in criminological research, and the connection between theory and research and quantitative and qualitative analytic strategies. Students will complete a research project under supervision.
Subject: Criminology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
673

CRIM 700

: Research in Criminology
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Examines the methods of research frequently employed in the field of criminology, and the various epistemological and ethical questions that arise in criminological research, and the connection between theory and research and quantitative and qualitative analytic strategies. Students will complete a research project under supervision.
Subject: Criminology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
674

CRIM 701

: Criminological Theory
2022 Semester Two (1225)
An examination of classical and contemporary theories of crime, including sociological, psychological, medical, rational-choice and critical perspectives on criminology. Attention will be given to the construction of theory as it is informed by social science research; to the social, cultural and political contexts in which these theories have emerged; and to the influence of theories in criminal justice policies.
Subject: Criminology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
675

CRIM 702

: Advanced Issues in Penology
2024 Semester Two (1245)
A survey of issues in penology, describing and interpreting specific penal reform strategies in terms of their historical, social, political and economic context. An appreciation of the main themes within penology will allow a greater understanding of the role that punishment regimes play in society and specifically in the criminal justice system.
Subject: Criminology
No pre-requisites or restrictions