1 9 units of CRIM topics 2 18 units of LLAW topics Must Satisfy: ((1) or (2))
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The topic addresses concepts related to the 'internationalisation' of criminal justice including globalisation, non-territoriality, changing conceptions of state sovereignty and the network state. These concepts are elaborated upon in relation to a range of substantive areas of study. Illustrations of subject matter include: e-crimes and responses to cyber crimes; organised crime, money laundering and the international financial system; the 'network of terror'; drugs and arms trafficking; global sex markets, i.e. sex traffic and sex tourism; 'admissible' and 'non-admissible' state crimes; risk, globalisation and crimes against the environment; human rights and the scales of justice, i.e. national, European, international, global, with emphasis on the European Union; police cooperation and the network state.
This topic aims to:
expose students in to the fundamental issues and principles of criminal justice as it may operate in the international sphere
facilitate student awareness of relevant contextual matters that can shape the nature and operation of international criminal justice
provide students with a coherent theoretical framework with which to understand the increasingly prominent discourses operating in the field of international criminal justice
allow students to understand the reality and significance of the global dimension of crime
provide students with the tools to be able to rationally critique understandings, theories and applications of international criminal justice
motivate students to engage in independent research about international criminal justice
Expected learning outcomes
At the conclusion of the topic students will be able to demonstrate skills and knowledge in:
explaining selected issues and their implications using a coherent theoretical and contextual framework
identifying key themes and controversial issues in International Criminal Justice
presenting reasoned arguments for adopting a particular position in relation to these themes
critically analysing and commenting upon selected subject matter in International Criminal Justice
demonstrating familiarity with a range of research tools to access information related to the subject matter
engaging in and producing scholarly outcomes of effective independent research concerning an appropriately substantial component of the subject matter
Key dates and timetable
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