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  • Power and Politics

    GRF-SGY200 | Undergraduate

    Pick apart the relationship between politics and power. Build an appreciation for how politics impacts class, culture and the military. Unpack political trends and history. Gain insight into who benefits from political power and who misses out.

    • 07 Nov 2022
  • Gain an overview of the role of mental health and offending in the forensic mental health client population. Examine and evaluate psychiatric interventions that are useful in a forensic mental health system. 

    • 14 Mar 2022
  • Law and Behaviour

    GRF-CCJ707 | Postgraduate

    Scrutinise the areas in which the criminal justice system and psychological theories of behaviour intersect. Study the roles of various actors in courts, such as judges, juries, expert witnesses, eyewitnesses, victims and defendants.

    • 14 Mar 2022
  • Histories of Sexuality

    GRF-HSY204 | Undergraduate

    Turn the pages of time in the history of sex and sexuality. Cover sexology, romantic friendships, prophylaxis and queer lives – spanning from ancient times through to today. Explore how gender, class and ethnicity comes into play in intimacy.

    • 18 Jul 2022
    • 07 Nov 2022
  • Understand how risk assessment tools and management processes are applied to key offender populations. This subject focuses on the prediction of an individual's likelihood of being harmed or harming others due to developmental or environmental factors.

    • 14 Mar 2022
  • Research risk assessment approaches and evaluate their application. Gain the skills to articulate which tools and methods are appropriate for different situations. Learn how to use risk management strategies to inform decision your making.

    • 18 Jul 2022
  • Delve into legal and ethical issues you’ll need to consider when working with people with special needs and minority groups. Appreciate the importance of inclusive practice, modified clinical applications, assessment and interventions with these groups.

    • 18 Jul 2022
  • Research in Sociology

    GRF-SGY356 | Undergraduate

    Discover the advantages and disadvantages of using the face-to-face interview as a research method. Select a topic to investigate and put forward a research plan. Run three qualitative interviews. Combine all your learnings in an in-depth report.

    • 18 Jul 2022
  • Work and Leisure

    GRF-SGY354 | Undergraduate

    Interrogate the purpose of work and leisure and their weight in our society. See what their roles are likely to be in the future. Focus on the impact family, disability and age might have. Research related trends in the spheres of work and leisure.

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