Ompare and contrast 3 philosophies of punishment Subject is Criminal Justice System in Criminology

1. Identify and analyse key factors that influence discretionary practice within the criminal justice system.
2. Understand the multi-disciplinary nature of the practices of the criminal justice system and be able to articulate the inter-relationship between the agencies.
3. Identify and evaluate social, economic and political factors that influence the development of social/crime control systems.
4. Evaluate areas of the criminal justice system that have been impacted by the introduction of Human Rights legislation.

Students are encouraged to evaluate criminal justice practice critically and to make links with criminological theory and issues raised in other criminology modules.

Referencing Requirements:
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