This research-based university in Perth has a strong interdisciplinary focus and a reputation for outstanding teaching and ground-breaking research. With more than 22,000 students and 2,000 staff from over 90 countries, and campuses in Dubai and Singapore, Murdoch embraces free thinking, shared ideas and knowledge to make a difference, and Open Universities Australia is certainly part of that.
At completion of this subject, students will be able to:
explain and analyse the sources of sense of injustice on the parts of people in non-western countries that constituted part of the political and social context in which security and counterterrorism policies, institutions and agencies operate
effectively communicate complex information, concepts and problems with respect to security and counter terrorism through clear and accurate written work and video or oral presentations
demonstrate well-developed interpersonal skills and ethical practice in collaboration with people from diverse backgrounds.
Justice was once thought to be culturally specific; so no general standard of justice applied. Both the idea of an inborn sense of justice and gloabalization have played important roles in the development of a general (global) idea of justice. A concern with global justice often focuses on unjust treatment of people of non-western countries by people from western countries. Both international aid and the various forms of security are affected by the idea of and demands for global justice.