Module Digital Victimisation

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Duration Part-time, 1 week
Start date March 2021
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The widespread adoption of communication and information technologies has accelerated many societal changes. Victimisation and crime are impacted by this digital revolution.

The increasing exposure and speed of technological innovation contribute to a range of emerging phenomena, challenging our interpretation of safeguarding and victimisation.

This postgraduate module provides a basis to develop personal and professional practice regarding contextual safeguarding, risk reduction and criminogenic harms in the digital age.

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