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Demonstrate knowledge and critical understanding of the key theoretical, Traditions that have dominated discussions about ethnicity / race and crime, from the nineteenth century to the present day.

Module Title: Race, Ethnicity, Crime & Justice

This coursework assessment is designed to allow students to show how the following learning outcomes have been achieved:

Demonstrate knowledge and critical understanding of the key theoretical, Traditions that have dominated discussions about ethnicity / race and crime, from the nineteenth century to the present day.

Demonstrate critical understanding of the impact of racist discourses upon black and Asian people’s patterns of racist victimization and criminalisation inUK.

Demonstrate critical understanding of the impact of racial discrimination by the police and the criminal justice process on Britain’s black and Asian communities.

Demonstrate ability to understand and critically deconstruct official crime statistics with regards to racial and ethnic differences in offending behaviour.

Demonstrate ability to understand and critically deconstruct official crime statistics with regards to racial and ethnic differences in arrest and imprisonment rates

Answer ONE of the following questions.

1) Is the UK Criminal Justice System Institutionally Racist?

Critically analyse this statement with reference to key and relevant academic literature pertaining to the experiences of Britain’s Black Communities.

 

2) Is the UK Criminal Justice System Institutionally Racist?

Critically analyse this statement with reference to key and relevant academic literature pertaining to the experiences of Britain’s Asian communities.

 

3) Why is there no research pertaining to white ethnicity, class and crime within the UK context?

Critically analyse this statement with reference to relevant academic literature.

 

4)  What is the link between race/ethnicity, youth subcultures and crime within post second world war Britain?

Critically analyse this statement with reference to relevant academic literature.

 


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