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Kristine Kofoed

Hi Laverne, Sean, Adrienne and Nicole,

Thanks for introducing yourselves! I look forward to hearing about your practicum experiences :)


According to Wikipedia, following the events of 9/11, "There is no internationally agreed legal definition" of the term. Whilst this might be the case, coming to a better understanding of the issues can sometimes help; it's a way to place events in context even if we will never fully comprehend the actions. A growing number of degree courses offer the chance to gain some level of intellectual awareness around the complexities of this topic. Interestingly, fifteen or twenty years ago the subject of terrorism might only have been studied as part of a specialist degree in Peace or War studies. (However confusing, the titles of these degrees they ultimately had the same outcome!) Schools offering Criminology courses in Manila

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