Upper Hollingdean Road
Crime, Inequality and Justice
Facilitator – Carlie Goldsmith
Tuesday evenings 7-9.30pm on 3, 10, 17 & 24 October 2017
At the learning resource centre at the city clean depot, Upper Hollingdean Road, Brighton. BN1 7GA
This course will provide students with the opportunity to discuss what it means to live
in a society in which a range of social inequalities are prevalent. We will explore what inequality means, and the ways social inequalities are visible to us in contemporary British society.
We will go on to explore how inequalities are expressed in patterns of crime, offending and criminal victimisation. We will discuss the impact of these inequalities on different social groups, and how they are connected to bigger questions of social class, ‘race’ and ethnicity.
This 4 week module is part of Free University Brighton’s degree in Social Science but you do not have to take the degree to participate as each module forms a stand alone course.
Places are limited so booking is essential.
Bookings are closed for this event.