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Critical Evaluation of Danger/Risk and Vulnerability/Victimhood in Disability, Mental Health, and Cr

Drawing on relevant theory, research evidence and policy and legal frameworks, critically evaluate the concepts of danger/risk and vulnerability/victimhood in relation to disability, mental health and the criminal justice system.

This assignment has been designed to provide you with an opportunity to demonstrate your achievement of the following module learning outcomes:

  • LO 1: Critically evaluate a conceptual understanding of “vulnerability” in relation to disability and mental health/illness within the criminal justice system
  • LO 2: Critically evaluate the conceptualisation of danger and risk in relation to disability and mental health/illness within the criminal justice system
  • LO 3: Critically evaluate the relevant legislative and policy frameworks and good practice guidance
  • LO 4: Critically evaluate the construction of victimhood in relationship to disability and mental health/illness

During a specified period (see above), each student will be required to post a minimum of three online (blog) entries. Each online entry must be 1000 words (+/-10%) totalling a contribution of 3000 words (+/-10%).  Students will be given a broad question (see above) that relates to the module with which to begin the online discussion.  It is possible that discussion may move away from this topic as new themes are introduced during the online debate.  Students must use academic and policy material in their online entries, but may also upload appropriate web links and video or audio clips.

  • Students are expected to demonstrate critical engagement with the topic under discussion by drawing on theoretical material, secondary research, policy documents, legislative frameworks and topical debate.
  • Students are expected to engage with and evaluate the issues raised by other students’ postings in order to take part in the discussion and develop a high quality peer-led debate.
  • The lecturers will read the postings during the period of the assessment, but will not normally intervene in the discussion.
  • The online debate will commence and close as stated in submission date section.
  • Postings made outside this time frame may be disregarded for the purposes of the assessment.
  • The starting point for the online debate is in bold above.

Your work will be assessed on the extent to which it demonstrates your achievement of the stated learning outcomes for this assignment (see above), and will also be assessed against the following criteria:

  • Introduction, progression of argument, conclusion
  • Knowledge and understanding of and ability to apply theoretical concepts, research evidence and policy issues to the online debate
  • Breadth and quality of gathered evidence & research evidence
  • Ability to engage with discussion in order to contribute to the online debate
  • Each online entry must be referenced in appropriate detail; referencing must be accurate throughout and a reference list included for each online entry

Have you read and understood the assessment criteria?

Have you met the learning outcomes? You will lose marks and your work may even be failed if you have not.

Have you demonstrated you can think and write critically in the completed work?

Have you maintained an appropriate tone throughout your work? Is your work formal, focused, developed and clear?

Have you checked that the referencing in your assignment is in line with your programme requirements?

Have you proof-read your work and used spellcheck software to check your spelling and grammar?

Have you checked the presentation of your work is as specified by your tutor, for example, are font size, colour, style, line spacing and margins as the tutor specified?

Have you kept to the word count (or equivalent)? If you are not sure, check with your tutor

Can you confirm that the work submitted is your own and maintains academic integrity?

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