Ompare and contrast the classical and the positivist school of criminology

1. Recognise and illustrate complex social problems and how they inform criminological theory and evidence.
2. Compare and contrast a range of key concepts and theoretical approaches in Criminology.
3. Analyse philosophical and political values, including Human Rights and ethics that influence the key agencies that respond to crime and deviance.
4. Identify and associate political and social processes of victimisation and criminalisation.
Very good knowledge and understanding with an emerging ability to critically engage with and apply the concepts involved linking them to practice where appropriate.
Very good knowledge and understanding with an emerging ability to critically engage with and apply the concepts involved linking them to practice where appropriate
Very good knowledge and understanding with an emerging ability to critically engage with and apply the concepts involved linking them to practice where appropriate
Very good knowledge and understanding of the impact of political and social processes of victimisation and criminalisation.

Referencing Requirements:
Please provide a full reference list and at least ten references.
Lilly, J.R., Cullen, F.T., and Ball, R.A. (2011) Criminological Theory: Context and Consequences 5th edition, London, Sage
Tierney, J. (2010), Criminology: Theory and Context 3rd edition, Essex, Pearson
Newburn, T. editor (2009) Key Readings in Criminology, Cullompton, Willan