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A systematic understanding of key aspects of the criminological debate surrounding the global criminal economy

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A systematic understanding of key aspects of the criminological debate surrounding the global criminal economy

This paper revolves around the crime in a global context and you are asked to present a report that explains the key aspects of the criminological debate surrounding the global criminal economy. Also, you are supposed to devise and sustain arguments and solve problems using ideas and techniques relating to theories and perspectives on white-collar and organised crime and relation between local and global criminal economies. Finally, you are asked to discuss the limitations of current knowledge about the global criminal economy, and some of the future directions for productive research and theorizing.

 Course Aims

To introduce students to theories and perspectives on crime in a global context:

 

To provide students with an understanding of different types of crime in a global context, including white-collar crime.

 

To provide students with an appreciation of forms of contemporary organised crime in a global context, including transnational criminal activities.

 

To provide students with an understanding of the relationships between global and local forms of crime and justice.

Intended Learning Outcomes of Course

Subject knowledge and understanding

Students completing this course successfully will be able to demonstrate:

 

- A systematic understanding of key aspects of the criminological debate surrounding the global criminal economy 

 

- A conceptual understanding that enables them to devise and sustain arguments and solve problems using ideas and techniques relating to:

 

- Theories and perspectives on white-collar crime

- Theories and perspectives on organised crime

- The relation between local and global criminal economies

 

- An understanding of the limits of current knowledge about the global criminal economy, and some of the future directions for productive research and theorizing.

 


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