New Modules: Terrorism.
Posted by Thomas in Criminology on January 31, 2014
Today was the first week back for the majority of people in terms of starting Semester 2 and their new modules. It dawned on me that, for myself, this would be for the last time. However, I personally feel that it is ‘best till last’ as the final two modules should be the most exciting […]
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Final Year Choices: Cultural Poet or Justice Critic?
Posted by Matt in Criminology on June 18, 2012
The right combination of 3rd Year optional modules can be chosen for effectiveness or personal preference. Phrases like ‘political brick’ and ‘mediated mirrors’ take me back to open mic nights with the Band and Gig Society or creative speaking at Everybody’s Reading Festival. Although you have a choice between these Criminological poets and the Critics of Criminal […]
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