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Course results for Macquarie University Criminology Subjects

  • Macquarie University

    MAQ-PICX2001 | Undergraduate

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  • Macquarie University

    MAQ-PICX1030 | Undergraduate

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  • Macquarie University

    MAQ-GENX3010 | Undergraduate

    Study gender in relation to crime. Look at masculinity and femininity – alongside race, ethnicity, class and religion – and the parts they play. Learn about feminist approaches to criminology and gendered accounts of crime.

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    • 25 Jul 2022
  • Macquarie University

    MAQ-PICX8952 | Postgraduate

    Work with peers on a simulated real-world crisis. Calling on your studies to date, apply criminology theory to your team role as a criminologist. Draft briefing papers and make policy recommendations to combat crime in this role-playing scenario.

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    • 25 Jul 2022
  • Macquarie University

    MAQ-PICX8089 | Postgraduate

    Drawing on your knowledge of Australian and international criminal justice practices and policies, formulate solutions to real-world crime problems. With a focus on police, courts and corrective services, evaluate current crime reduction strategies.

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  • Macquarie University

    MAQ-PICX8088 | Postgraduate

    Understand how crime intersects with social, political, cultural and economic elements of life. Learn and evaluate advanced contemporary criminology theory. Cover left and right realism, cultural criminology, opportunity and deterrence theories.

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  • Macquarie University

    MAQ-PICX8062 | Postgraduate

    Gaze back at some of the most powerful and criminal individuals and institutions. Categorise types of crime, such as white collar and state crime. Study notorious offenders and criminal acts, including the BHP oil spill and Nazi death camps.

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    • 25 Jul 2022