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Mainly about private and public spaces. Marking was harsh given the COVID circumstances

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Took this subject as part of my Criminology major in Arts. Found topics really interesting, such as 'criminality in consumerism' and how the architecture of the courts plays a role. The Lecturer Alison is really great, took this subject during COVID and lectures were still great. Do agree with the bottom review that there is a lot of emphasis on 'Public and Private spaces' in the course work -- but I personally enjoyed it. If you are Criminology major student, I would still recommend this subject, much more interesting and engaging than subjects I had completed previously like 'Law in Society'.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Lecturer Claire is extremely nice. Once you can get over the fact that this subjects explores public/private spaces extensively, it is quite interesting and the essay questions are quite thought-provocative.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

This subject should be called 'Exploration of Public and Private spaces' as every week's particular issue is explored with this binary at the forefront. Both assignments asked to explore issues through public/private regulation of space. Got a bit boring by the end of the subject. If you did Law In Society of Graffiti to Terrorism in first year this repeats itself a bit. The lecturer and tutors only stay surface level when discussing topics so readings are essential to get the full benefit of the subject. But would be interesting for those without a criminology background and who didn't do those subjects.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Not what you would expect content shallow and narrow in focus

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017