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    GRF-CCJ101 | Undergraduate

    Identify the skills you'll need for a career in criminology and criminal justice. Gain awareness of the main source materials used and how to fulfill the academic requirements. Apply your criminological skills during practical activities.

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    GRF-CCJ18 | Undergraduate

    Comprehend crime in a social context. Foster an understanding of the dynamic relationship between the individual and society. Apply these perspectives to social problems in everyday life: illegal drug use, domestic violence, terrorism and pollution.

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    GRF-CCJ19 | Undergraduate

    Understand the basic principles, procedures and methodologies used in criminological and criminal justice research. Examine the before and after-the-fact methods of investigation and the four elements of evidence required to establish causality.

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    • 28 Nov 2022
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    GRF-CCJ27 | Undergraduate

    Comprehend major 19th and 20th century theories of crime, their historical antecedents and ideological dimensions. In particular, investigate street and white-collar crime, and violence between inmates. Apply criminological theories to social research.

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    GRF-CCJ20 | Undergraduate

    Address the question, ‘what is it about individuals and their experiences that produce criminal behaviour?’ Explore 9 theories: evolutionary, genetic, biobehavioural, psychodynamic, trait, behavioural, social learning, moral development and environmental.

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    • 28 Nov 2022
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    GRF-CCJ215 | Undergraduate

    Seek to explain the profound differences between genders in crime rates, patterns, victimisation, and criminal justice system experiences and responses. Then consider intersections between gender, Indigeneity, class and sexual orientation.

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    • 28 Nov 2022
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    GRF-CCJ218 | Undergraduate

    Formulate a conceptual understanding of how and why white collar crimes occur and their impact. Alongside the police, examine the pivotal role of regulatory agencies who are largely responsible for detection and prevention

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    GRF-CCJ39 | Undergraduate

    Understand how Indigeneity and ethnicities impact crime, victimisation and the criminal justice system. Develop knowledge of innovative justice practices and new forms of crime prevention for Indigenous peoples and ethnic minorities.

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    GRF-CCJ326 | Undergraduate

    Study the fast-moving world of tech-enabled crime. Cover viruses, ransomware attacks, online fraud and child exploitation, cyber terrorism, stalking and bullying. Consider current approaches to combatting these crimes. 

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    • 28 Nov 2022
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    Sharpen your ability to process and analyse raw quantitative social science data using SPSS for Windows. Study the use of statistics in criminal justice, the description of samples and the tools to describe data and relationships.

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