1. DMU 2015 - Psychology


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    Working with De Montfort University, we produced their undergraduate campaign videos for 2015. Showcasing some of the great work and facilities that each faculty has to offer for perspective new students.

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    • What can Criminolgy teach us about good Leadership?


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      Tom Cassidy from Second Curve explains the concepts of "Golden Time" and "Slow Time" taken from his reading about Criminology - and explains the lessons to be learnt for good, effective Leadership.

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      • Crime, Justice & Society MOOC Trailer


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        Explore the role of the state and criminal justice interventions in producing safe and just societies with our Crime, Justice & Society MOOC

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        • Nadine Hendrie and Charles Stockhill - "Amazing teaching combined with lifelong friendships"


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          Nadine Hendrie is planning to complete a Masters at Oxford after completing a BA Criminology at Essex. Charles Stockhill also completed a BA Criminology and his advice to new students is "just jump in" to all the opportunities on offer. Find out more about our Criminology courses: http://www.essex.ac.uk/sociology/study/ug/why_study_criminology.aspx Find more information about the Department of Sociology: http://www.essex.ac.uk/sociology/study/ug/default.aspx

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          • Model Prison


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            Model Prison 2015 07:25min - video installation - exhibited in a group show curated by Carrie Miller 'Doing Time', Verge Gallery, University of Sydney Union. Performer: Brian Joyce; Props maker: Alexi Creecy The video responds to the increasing technologisation of the criminal justice system. Model Prison ponders a virtual prison as the ultimate in a silent system of de-corporealised carceral space.

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            • An explainer animation: distance learning with the Institute of Criminal Justice Studies


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              An animation that explains how you study on an Institute of Criminal Justice Studies distance learning degree and the benefits of studying at a distance. The Institute of Criminal Justice draws together expertise across the range of criminal justice fields and has become an internationally-renowned focal point for the study of crime and criminal justice processes. The Institute offers courses for undergraduate and postgraduate students from diverse backgrounds and with a range of prior educational experience. Students on many of their courses study at a distance and from all over the world, giving them the flexibility to study when they like and wherever they want to.

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              • Policing Youth Violence: Transatlantic Connections


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                Promotional video for the book Policing Youth Violence: Transatlantic Connections by Professor Ross Deuchar.

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                • Social Sciences at Northumbria University, Newcastle.


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                  By studying a course within Social Sciences you will be joining a community of enquiring minds who are interested in international developments, analysing crime and the criminal justice system, communicating on a global scale through language, and challenging conventional wisdom. The Department offers courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate taught level in our subject fields of Criminology, Politics, Sociology, and International Development. We recognise that professional experience is invaluable to your learning and so have built strong relationships and partnerships with organisations including Arts Alliance, Oxfam, the Department for International Development, New Writing North, the Youth Offending Team, Procter & Gamble. You’ll have the opportunity to undertake research placements, volunteering and accredited work-related learning in challenging environments such as prisons, youth offending teams, homeless charities and parliamentary offices as well as exchanges with overseas universities. https://http://northumbria.ac.uk/socialsciences

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                  • Welcome to School of Social Ecology - University of California, Irvine


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                    The School of Social Ecology is a School of the University of California, Irvine that studies social ecology. As of 2015, the School enrolls nearly 3,000 students and is the third largest school at UCI by student population.

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