Crime and Society
Coursework will be made up of two pieces of work:(UK Law/English Law)
A 1,000-word essay on the following
Part A)-To what extent are crime statistics a valuable tool for understanding crime?
B- A 2,000-word essay on a broad theme encompassing several parts of the course.
The questions for this part of the coursework is the following;
Part B) – Evaluate the effectiveness of hate crime laws as a method of tackling discrimination and violence directed at minority communities.
The main textbook for this module is:
T. Newburn, Criminology, Routledge, 2017
This is my main source of information for this module therefore it is required that you use it as the referencing point to answer these questions using it as the main source / textbook as readings from it is set as my primary reading for seminars.All the teaching received in lectures draws on references from this book, which will then allow you in pinpointing opportunities to explore the topics examined in greater depth.
T.Newburn, Key Readings in Criminology, Willian Publishing,2009
This contains a number of interesting readings on each topic that I’ve studying. All the readings are useful, and some were set as seminar readings.
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