SOCIO503

Comparative Indigenous Criminology

This paper offers students an opportunity to engage in in-depth critique and analysis of Indigenous peoples' experiences of crime control in settler colonial contexts. By focussing on the 'big four' settler colonial jurisdictions, Aotearoa New Zealand, Canada, the US and Australia, the paper is also designed to introduce students to the methodologies of comparative criminological inquiry.

This paper offers students an opportunity to engage in in-depth critique and analysis of Indigenous peoples' experiences of crime control in settler colonial contexts. By focussing on the 'big four' settler colonial jurisdictions, Aotearoa New Zealand, Canada, the US and Australia, the paper is also designed to introduce students to the methodologies of comparative criminological inquiry.

Paper Information

Points: 15.0
Internal assessment / examination: 100:0
Restriction(s): SOCY531, SOCY503

Semesters and Locations

Occurrence Code When taught Where taught
20A (HAM)A Semester : 2 Mar 2020 - 28 Jun 2020 Hamilton

Timetabled Lectures for Comparative Indigenous Criminology (SOCIO503)

DayStartEndRoomDates
Wed9:00 AM11:00 AMTA.2.05Mar 2 - Jun 7

NB:There may be other timetabled events for this paper such as tutorials or workshops.
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Indicative Fees

Fees for 2020 are not yet available.


Paper Outlines

The following 2019 paper outlines are available for SOCIO503. Please contact the Faculty or School office for details on 2020 outlines.

Additional Information

Available Subjects:  Public Policy | Sociology | Social Policy

Other available years: Comparative Indigenous Criminology - SOCIO503 (2019)

Paper details current as of : 23 October 2019 10:29am
Indicative fees current as of : 29 July 2019 3:04pm

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