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Researching Criminal Justice (12 points)


Leader: Dr Sharon Pickering

Caulfield First semester 2004 (Day)

Synopsis: Researching Criminal Justice introduces students to contemporary trends in criminal justice research and to the major methodological approaches in criminal justice research. Researching Criminal Justice equips students with the skills to undertake both qualitative and quantitative criminal justice research and to understand the political and socio-legal implications of conducting criminal justice research within and between criminal justice institutions and with vulnerable populations.

Assessment: 1. Evaluation of Criminal Justice Research in Criminal Justice Policy Development, 3000 words, 30%. 2. Criminal Justice Research Proposal, 2000 words 20%, Criminal Justice Research Project, 4000 words, 50%

Contact Hours: 2 (one hour seminar and one hour workshop).

Prerequisites: CJC4000

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