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Semester 2, Block 3 , 2022

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Criminology – Library Class
This class introduces criminology students to a step-by-step approach to quickly and efficiently locate journal articles for use in criminology assignments.  

  • 1:00pm Wed 5 October 2022
  • 1:00pm Mon 10 October 2022

No bookings are required. Click the class link to attend.  (links are added on the day of the class)

 

Criminology

The study of the causes, prevention, and correction of criminal behaviour.

(Encyclopaedic Australian Legal Dictionary, 2009)

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Contacts

Mr Murray Greenway
(College Librarian, College of Law and Justice)
murray.greenway@vu.edu.au
+61 3 9919 1834

Ms Debra Hutchinson
(Librarian, College of Law and Justice)
debra.hutchinson@vu.edu.au
+61 3 9919 1850

 

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