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Applied Cultural Criminology - Analysis, Organisation and Strategies

Advanced level Master Course. 15 credits. Cultural Criminology. SPRING

Applied Cultural Criminology – Analysis, Organisation and Strategies, 15 credits (CCRN10)

The aim of the course is to deepen the issues and approaches in cultural criminology through applied analysis. The course deals with current and relevant issues with regard to crime development, social control, norms, legislation and bodies of law on anational and transnational level in order to highlight the importance of a cultural criminology approach. The course aims to provide students with tools for critically reviewing, analysing and evaluating the interaction between theory and practice through an application of issues in cultural criminology and thereby preparing students for future working life and research. The course also aims to develop thestudents' ability to communicate a completed analysis or parts of an analysis invarious written and oral forms to different stakeholders/audiences.

The course is a compulsory course within the Master´s programme in Cultural Criminology SACCR and is also offered as a single subject course.

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