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Law, Society and Corruption, RÄSN11

Advanced Level Master Course. 7.5 credits. Sociology of Law

Corruption is an elusive concept that needs to be studied and understood from multi-disciplinary perspectives. The course will introduce you to global and interdisciplinary perspectives in the area of corruption and anti-corruption studies. Specifically by examining the emergence, explanation, survival and presence of corruption from various social science perspectives by bringing up generally occurring theoretical, empirical and methodological questions and debates.

The course is divided into the following four parts/themes:

1. Introduction to global indicators for corruption, constitutional state and governance and their consequences for an understanding of law, development and social change

2. Multi-disciplinary strategies and theoretical perspectives for corruption

3. Methodological and ethical questions in corruptions and anticorruptions studies

4. Insights from field research

 

This is a master's level course. The teaching consists of lectures and seminars. Group assignments occur.

Syllabus

Sociology of Law Department
Lund University
Visiting address: Allhelgona Kyrkogata 18 C, 3rd floor, 223 62 Lund, SWEDEN
Postal address: Box 42, 221 00 Lund, SWEDEN

Faculty of Social Sciences