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Hi guys, i just got into my second year studying forensic science and criminology and i was wondering if anyone knows any good websites i could use for revising for my criminology module, its early to ask as i have not started yet but i always like to be prepared in advance.
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Hi guys, i just got into my second year studying forensic science and criminology and i was wondering if anyone knows any good websites i could use for revising for my criminology module, its early to ask as i have not started yet but i always like to be prepared in advance.
I'm doing gcse atm but I'm thinking of doing criminology after. what do u do in it?
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You do a lot of things, from criminology perspectives to criminological theories, you also learn about theories of criminal behaviour but also history of emprisonment, it will all depend on you and what you would like to specialise in as universities are different and sometimes they let you choose what module you would like to study.
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Hi guys, i just got into my second year studying forensic science and criminology and i was wondering if anyone knows any good websites i could use for revising for my criminology module, its early to ask as i have not started yet but i always like to be prepared in advance.
You could look at Criminology journals. You can rack up good marks for including journals in your references. It shows wider reading. Different universities have different modules. In 2nd year, I did Cybercrime, Terrorism and Causes of Terrorism, Human Trafficking, Transnational Crime, Genocide.
My degree is in Criminology.
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You could look at Criminology journals. You can rack up good marks for including journals in your references. It shows wider reading. Different universities have different modules. In 2nd year, I did Cybercrime, Terrorism and Causes of Terrorism, Human Trafficking, Transnational Crime, Genocide.
My degree is in Criminology.
Thank you , yes i know every university have different modules as personally i will be doing Criminological Perspectives - Theories of criminal behaviour: classicism and positivism , Theories of criminal behaviour: 20th and 21st century theories ,Theories of punishment ,History of imprisonment
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Thank you , yes i know every university have different modules as personally i will be doing Criminological Perspectives - Theories of criminal behaviour: classicism and positivism , Theories of criminal behaviour: 20th and 21st century theories ,Theories of punishment ,History of imprisonment
For history of imprisonment, you could read around Foucault.
Debates in Criminal Justice by Ellis and Savage.
Roger Hopkins Burke book Introduction to Criminal Justice Theory.
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For history of imprisonment, you could read around Foucault.
Debates in Criminal Justice by Ellis and Savage.
Roger Hopkins Burke book Introduction to Criminal Justice Theory.
Thank you very much, you have been really helpful
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Hi, I’m new here and I just needed some help with my assignment. If someone can help me with what the similarities between Induvidual positivism and Sociological positivism are? I have the differences I just can’t find what the similarities are.
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