This topic provides students with an advanced understanding of research explaining how crime is organised and controlled, with particular emphasis on exploring recent developments in the area of criminal network analysis. It offers a overview of the application of network theories to the field of criminology, an assessment of empirical work examining and explaining specific forms of criminality (e.g. cybercrime, terrorism, organised crime), as well as applied methodological and analytical training in the interpretation of network crime data.
This topic aims to:
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