Part 1: Victimology Contemporary issues in victimology are explored and special attention is given to aspects such as victim-based legislation and restorative justice. Part 2: Political offences Political offences such as corruption, assassination and human rights violations are investigated in this section.
The two sections will not necessarily be presented in chronological order.
Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology Faculty of Law
KRM 110, 120, 210 (KRM 210 is not a prerequisite for BSW students)
2 lectures per week
Language of tuition
Module is presented in English
Social Work and Criminology
Period of presentation
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