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Develop your interest in social, cultural and political history by focusing on themes of activism, how change happens and how historical events shape contemporary society.

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Develop your interest in political and cultural histories focusing on themes of activism, the history of crime and penal theory, how change happens and how historical events can influence and shape present day policy.

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What can history teach us about how political systems and democratic processes evolve over time? Study history with politics and you'll gain a greater understanding of how society and politics systems work.

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How does change happen and how does the past influence present day events? Combining history with sociology will provide you with a richer understanding of the richness, complexity and diversity of modern life.

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Take an interdisciplinary approach to International Relations (IR), contextualising international processes historically, politically and socially. Full-time / Part-time.

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Explore the processes of internationalisation/globalisation and their impact on crime, at-risk and disenfranchised populations, international criminal justice, and international human rights.

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On this course, you'll learn to produce engaging multimedia content, grounding your investigative pursuits in issues of development and under development, conflict and conflict resolution, war and terrorism, globalisation and activism.

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Explore key political issues relevant to the global community. You’ll examine the big issues: development and under development, conflict and conflict resolution, war and terrorism, global environmental challenges and activism.

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Explore the processes of internationalisation/globalisation and their impact on policy, society and people. A combined degree that’s 70-per-cent International Relations (IR) and 30-per-cent Sociology.

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Undergraduate BA (Hons) Politics degree course; providing an understanding of society and its complexity and diversity.

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Learn to produce engaging multimedia content, grounding your investigative pursuits in political theory, political science, political economy, area studies and international relations.

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Undergraduate BSc (Hons) Criminology course; preparing you to work in probation, policing and the prison service.

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How are laws and offenders made? Who avoids criminalisation and why? Explore the impact of journalism on the problem of crime and our criminal justice policy.

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Undergraduate BSc (Hons) Criminology with Law course; first steps to working in probation, policing and the prison service.

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Examine the fascinating connections between crime, penal theory, politics and policy, alongside changing perceptions and representations of crime.

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Undergraduate BSc (Hons) Criminology with Psychology degree course; first steps to working in probation, policing, prison service and social support services.

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Undergraduate BSc (Hons) Sociology degree course; an insight into human societies, cultures and behaviours.

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Undergraduate BSc (Hons) Sociology with Criminology degree course; an insight into human societies, cultures and behaviours, crime and criminal justice.

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By studying sociology with politics one third of your modules will be politics. Sociology and politics are inter-related and co-dependent; politics responds to (and shapes) society and social change.

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Postgraduate MSc Criminology and Social Research Methods course; first steps to working in criminal justice.

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This interdisciplinary and innovative course responds to growing demands on humanitarian and development sectors by intensive urbanisation.

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Postgraduate MSc Development Studies course; delivered by internationally renowned social development experts.

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MSc Refugee Studies course; led by Professor Gaim Kibreab, internationally recognised expert on forced migration, resettlement, repatriation and development, governance and civil society.

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Masters (MSc) / PgDip Education for Sustainability course; understand sustainability and become and effective agent for change.

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A member of staff, expert in the chosen field, is directly responsible for guiding and supporting your research programme. Offered full-time and part-time.

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