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676

CRIM 702

: Advanced Issues in Penology
2023 Semester Two (1235)
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
677

CRIM 702

: Advanced Issues in Penology
2022 Semester One (1223)
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
678

CRIM 702

: Advanced Issues in Penology
2021 Semester Two (1215)
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
679

CRIM 702

: Advanced Issues in Penology
2020 Semester Two (1205)
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
680

CRIM 703

: Contemporary Criminology
2024 Semester Two (1245)
An examination of critical approaches to the study of crime and crime control. Attention will be given to understanding how these approaches critically assess social problems surrounding crime and crime control strategies; the political, social and historical development of varying critical perspectives; and the ways in which such approaches may lead to changes in criminal justice policies and practices.
Subject: Criminology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
681

CRIM 703

: Contemporary Criminology
2023 Semester Two (1235)
An examination of critical approaches to the study of crime and crime control. Attention will be given to understanding how these approaches critically assess social problems surrounding crime and crime control strategies; the political, social and historical development of varying critical perspectives; and the ways in which such approaches may lead to changes in criminal justice policies and practices.
Subject: Criminology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
682

CRIM 703

: Contemporary Criminology
2022 Semester Two (1225)
An examination of critical approaches to the study of crime and crime control. Attention will be given to understanding how these approaches critically assess social problems surrounding crime and crime control strategies; the political, social and historical development of varying critical perspectives; and the ways in which such approaches may lead to changes in criminal justice policies and practices.
Subject: Criminology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
683

CRIM 703

: Contemporary Criminology
2021 Semester One (1213)
An examination of critical approaches to the study of crime and crime control. Attention will be given to understanding how these approaches critically assess social problems surrounding crime and crime control strategies; the political, social and historical development of varying critical perspectives; and the ways in which such approaches may lead to changes in criminal justice policies and practices.
Subject: Criminology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
684

CRIM 704

: State Crime
2022 Semester One (1223)
Considers a range of theoretical approaches to criminal acts committed by state officials in pursuit of their jobs as representatives of the state, and state organisational deviance that involves the violation of human rights and is liable to sanction. The course offers a series of case studies of such state crime.
Subject: Criminology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
685

CRIM 705

: Special Topic: Quantitative Criminology
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Focuses on criminological quantitative data, and its analysis and interpretation. Students will engage with the basics of survey research and will be guided through statistical techniques to analyse a quantitative dataset. Students gain hands-on experience using software (i.e., SPSS) to run statistical tests, learn how to interpret results, and engage in quantitative reasoning and its application to criminological problems.
Subject: Criminology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
686

CRIM 710

: Cybercrime
2023 Semester One (1233)
Exploration of cybercrime and its economic and social impact. The course aims to encourage critical thinking, exploring a range of key theoretical perspectives in criminal justice and their application to cybercrime. It analyses how the Internet may promote criminal behaviour and contribute to the globalisation of crime. It also outlines the challenges of policing cybercrime, evaluating current approaches.
Subject: Criminology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
687

CRIM 710

: Cybercrime
2020 Semester One (1203)
Exploration of cybercrime and its economic and social impact. The course aims to encourage critical thinking, exploring a range of key theoretical perspectives in criminal justice and their application to cybercrime. It analyses how the Internet may promote criminal behaviour and contribute to the globalisation of crime. It also outlines the challenges of policing cybercrime, evaluating current approaches.
Subject: Criminology
No pre-requisites or restrictions
688

CRIM 780

: Research Project
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Subject: Criminology
To complete this course students must enrol in CRIM 780 A and B, or CRIM 780
689

DEVELOP 701

: Development Praxis
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Focuses on the practice of development and its relation to theory. General topics include aid modalities, participatory development and social and environmental discourses and practices, and in those contexts the project cycle, programme management tools, monitoring and evaluation and impact assessment.
Subject: Development Studies
No pre-requisites or restrictions
690

DEVELOP 701

: Development Praxis
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Focuses on the practice of development and its relation to theory. General topics include aid modalities, participatory development and social and environmental discourses and practices, and in those contexts the project cycle, programme management tools, monitoring and evaluation and impact assessment.
Subject: Development Studies
No pre-requisites or restrictions
691

DEVELOP 701

: Development Praxis
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Focuses on the practice of development and its relation to theory. General topics include aid modalities, participatory development and social and environmental discourses and practices, and in those contexts the project cycle, programme management tools, monitoring and evaluation and impact assessment.
Subject: Development Studies
No pre-requisites or restrictions
692

DEVELOP 702

: Gender and Development
2023 Semester One (1233)
Considers a range of topics focusing on the centrality of gender to development and developing nations. Topics include: empowerment, reproduction, masculinities, health, fertility, gendered economies, micro-credit and familial resource allocation.
Subject: Development Studies
No pre-requisites or restrictions
693

DEVELOP 702

: Gender and Development
2022 Semester One (1223)
Considers a range of topics focusing on the centrality of gender to development and developing nations. Topics include: empowerment, reproduction, masculinities, health, fertility, gendered economies, micro-credit and familial resource allocation.
Subject: Development Studies
No pre-requisites or restrictions
694

DEVELOP 702

: Gender and Development
2020 Semester One (1203)
Considers a range of topics focusing on the centrality of gender to development and developing nations. Topics include: empowerment, reproduction, masculinities, health, fertility, gendered economies, micro-credit and familial resource allocation.
Subject: Development Studies
No pre-requisites or restrictions
695

DEVELOP 709

: Theories of International Development
2023 Semester One (1233)
Examines early and contemporary theories and paradigms of international development, including modernisation and dependency theory, neoliberalism, human development, post-development, and participatory development. Investigates the dominance of economic growth as a development target and how this has been contested. The course will enable students to critically analyse the processes and phenomena involved in what is called ‘development’.
Subject: Development Studies
Restriction: DEVELOP 700
696

DEVELOP 709

: Theories of International Development
2022 Semester One (1223)
Examines early and contemporary theories and paradigms of international development, including modernisation and dependency theory, neoliberalism, human development, post-development, and participatory development. Investigates the dominance of economic growth as a development target and how this has been contested. The course will enable students to critically analyse the processes and phenomena involved in what is called ‘development’.
Subject: Development Studies
Restriction: DEVELOP 700
697

DEVELOP 709

: Theories of International Development
2020 Semester One (1203)
Examines early and contemporary theories and paradigms of international development, including modernisation and dependency theory, neoliberalism, human development, post-development, and participatory development. Investigates the dominance of economic growth as a development target and how this has been contested. The course will enable students to critically analyse the processes and phenomena involved in what is called ‘development’.
Subject: Development Studies
Restriction: DEVELOP 700
698

DEVELOP 710

: Development Policies and Institutions
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Provides students with in-depth knowledge of policy approaches to alleviate poverty, enhance social justice and achieve sustainability. Contemporary development policies carried out by governments, donor agencies and UN organisations will be scrutinised. Examples of policies that will be covered in the course are land reform and migration policies, gender policies, climate adaptation and mitigation as well as ethical trade policies.
Subject: Development Studies
Restriction: DEVELOP 700
699

DEVELOP 710

: Development Policies and Institutions
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Provides students with in-depth knowledge of policy approaches to alleviate poverty, enhance social justice and achieve sustainability. Contemporary development policies carried out by governments, donor agencies and UN organisations will be scrutinised. Examples of policies that will be covered in the course are land reform and migration policies, gender policies, climate adaptation and mitigation as well as ethical trade policies.
Subject: Development Studies
Restriction: DEVELOP 700
700

DEVELOP 710

: Development Policies and Institutions
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Provides students with in-depth knowledge of policy approaches to alleviate poverty, enhance social justice and achieve sustainability. Contemporary development policies carried out by governments, donor agencies and UN organisations will be scrutinised. Examples of policies that will be covered in the course are land reform and migration policies, gender policies, climate adaptation and mitigation as well as ethical trade policies.
Subject: Development Studies
Restriction: DEVELOP 700