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kaelsjike

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Since I can't find a thread about predictions for the crime essay, what do you think it will be this year?
I think it'll be on international crime or young offenders.
 

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I agree.

Literally 5 minutes before I clicked on this post; I was making my predictions...

(I predicted the questions of both my modules for Modern History and One Module and Core); Legal Studies..... is a bit different to history in making, 'calculated' predictions.... they can draw from a much wider pool to construct questions... Crime is not that content intensive, prepare for all)
 

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Do you guys have any justification for your prediction?

I only ask, because the last few years the 15 marker has been pulled from the "Themes and Challenges".
 

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Do you guys have any justification for your prediction?

I only ask, because the last few years the 15 marker has been pulled from the "Themes and Challenges".
Only because I haven't seen them ask international crime or young offenders before. I mean it can still be related to the criminal investigation and trial process.
 

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What would be a likely Young Offenders question?

Evaluate the effectiveness of the law in achieving justice in relation to Young Offenders?

Or would they specify a part of the CJS/CIP to evaluate?
 

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What would be a likely Young Offenders question?

Evaluate the effectiveness of the law in achieving justice in relation to Young Offenders?

Or would they specify a part of the CJS/CIP to evaluate?

I think it will be evaluate the effectiveness of the law in achieving justice
but now when i think of it, they've kinda circled around the CIP and CJS not for young offenders.... :/
 

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Huh? So you're leaning towards CIP/CJS instead of Young Offenders now?

When breaking down the themes and challenges, they haven't dealt with -issues of compliance/noncompliance, -law reform in CJS, or -law reflecting moral standards, in the last few years.

I was thinking something more towards those.
 

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But I can see how they would flag Young Offenders in any of those based questions, just not International Criminal Law.
 

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