CRIM-312 – Punishment and Modern Society
|Points:||20||Prerequisites:||As for CRIM 311.|
|Faculty:||Humanities & Soc Sc||Corequisites:||None|
|School:||Social & Cultural Studies||Restrictions:||None|
The historical development of modern punishment, with particular reference to New Zealand, and its relationship to broader social and political change. 60% internal assessment, 40% examination.
Please note: This information is accurate for the 2014 academic year. Please refer to Course Catalogue for 2013 information.
A prepared book of student notes, with readings for all lectures, must be purchased for this course. Available from vicbooks, ground floor Easterfield Building, Kelburn Parade.
The following books are recommended:
Pratt, John (2002), Punishment and Civilization: penal tolerance and intolerance in modern society, New York: Routledge.
Pratt, John (2006), Penal Populism, London: Sage.
Pratt, John (2013), Contrasts in Punishment: an explanation of Anglophone excess and Nordic exceptionalism, New York: Routledge.
Available from vicbooks, Ground Floor Easterfield Building, Kelburn Campus.
Trimester 1 2014
* indicates instructor is the course coordinator.
|CRN||From/To||Days||Time||Building [Campus]||Room||Instructor||1107||3 Mar – 20 Apr 2014||Mon, Wed||1610 - 1800||Maclaurin [Kelburn]||LT102||John Pratt*||5 May – 8 Jun 2014||Mon, Wed||1610 - 1800||Maclaurin [Kelburn]||LT102|
Course Outline Information
For FHSS and NZSM course outlines (current and previous years), please refer to the Course Outlines page on the FHSS website.