Part 1: Female crime Nature and extent of female crime; crimes committed by women; theoretical explanations. Part 2: Contemporary criminology issues Contemporary crime phenomena such as hate crimes, road rage, corruption, white-collar crimes, organised crime, ecological crime as well as the problems associated with contemporary crimes (e.g. babies behind bars and HIV/Aids) are addressed. In conjunction with this, attention is given to forensic report writing, preparation of children and youths to testify in court and restorative justice.
Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology
KRM 210, 220, 310 (GS)
2 lectures per week
Language of tuition
Separate classes for Afrikaans and English
Social Work and Criminology
Period of presentation
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