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Criminology MA: Research areas

Research areas

Research expertise within the fields of criminology and sociology at Kingston covers a wide variety of topics including:

  • Terrorism and community policing strategies
  • Probation and policing strategies
  • Criminal justice systems and process
  • Community cohesion, safety and conflict
  • Youth justice, youth crime and subcultures
  • Hate crime and sex crime
  • Interpersonal and sexual violence, and domestic abuse
  • Welfare, inequality and deprivation
  • Social policy and policy-process
  • Religion, faith and community
  • Social identity and cultural representations
  • Urban and surburban social space
  • Consumption and popular culture
  • Gender, sexuality, race and ethnicity

This course has links with the Centre for Research in Communities, Identities and Difference. CResCID is a multi-, inter- and trans- disciplinary research centre comprising of researchers who are developing new ideas and approaches to three inter-related areas: communities, identities and difference.

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