Clinical Criminology and Forensic Sciences: Sister Orsola received a master’s degree with the great experts in the field in the chair

Clinical Criminology and Forensic Sciences: Sister Orsola received a master’s degree with the great experts in the field in the chair

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Scientific evidence, new addictions, environmental crime, cybercrime, investigative techniques. These are some of the areas of study Second level Master of High Specialization in Clinical Criminology and Forensic Sciences from the Suor Orsola Benincasa University in Naples (Registrations are possible until May 5th and reference to www.unisob.na.it/criminologia).

“It’s about one of the most traditional and successful courses at our university – mention, that Fabrizio Manuel SirignanoFull Professor of Social Pedagogy and Director of Sister Orsola’s Center for Lifelong Learning – as evidenced by the Twelve editions already carried out and the more than 300 students who have acquired the title of specialization and today, in many cases, occupy positions of absolute importance in the various professional realities linked to the criminological and forensic sciences“.

The master that will take place until December 2022 with a weekly lesson in e-learning mode, he actually has an extremely multidisciplinary didactic system aimed at training highly qualified specialists Both in prevention and in the fight against crime and they know it too the main methods used in the fields of criminology, correctional services, medical law and forensics and who know how to recognize the individual factors that can affect the execution and the significance of the offence.

For this reason, the teaching team of the Master’s is particularly diverse and can count not only on academics and scholars of the specific criminological discipline but also on judges with proven experience, such as Federico Cafiero de Rahoformer national anti-mafia and anti-terror prosecutor, high-ranking representatives of the armed forces, such as the colonel of the Guardia di Finanza, Giovanni Recciaforensic psychologists and psychiatrists, such as Luisa D’Aniello and Rosario DanielePublic safety executives such as Vincenzo GioiaChief of Cabinet of the Police Headquarters Naples, e Fabiola ManconeDirector of the Department of Scientific Police at the Central Crime Suppression Directorate and numerous other experienced professionals in the industry.

The Master envisages various economic reductions for certain categories, based on a series of agreements: Unisob GraduatesenrolledOrders of Lawyers and Orders of Psychologists of the entire national territory, affiliation policeenrolledOrder of Social WorkersGovernment employees, salaried and temporary teachers in state and statutory schools of all types and levels.

Online Master’s Presentation and Lesson on Seducing Evil
On Suor Orsola’s YouTube channel (https://youtu.be/NTvaj7Ns0sk) The presentation is already online of the Master entrusted to the Director of the Center for Lifelong Learning, Fabrizio Manuel Sirignano and to the didactic coordinator of the Master, Marialaura Cunzioand the Inaugural lesson entrusted to the philosopher Gennaro Carillofull professor of history of political doctrines at Sister Orsola, dedicated to the subject “The Seduction of Evil. Images of Crime and Punishment“.

In an essay (see video below) A few years ago, Trame, Peter Brooks, explained why crime had become the primary narrative resource of the 19th-century novel: What literature once offered the “most interesting” and most adventurous topic – travel – had become a completely banal experience accessible to the modern bourgeois individual thanks to ever more sophisticated and secure means of communication and ever more capillary infrastructures. Since then, it can be said that crime and evil in general have never ceased to attract writers and readers. It’s not that evil wasn’t a literary subject at one time, but before the 19th century there had never been such an intense focus on the world of crime. In addition, the proliferation of the feuilleton contributed significantly to the serialization of the stories and influenced the form of the story. This is a theme that is proposed again today with the television series, whose “addictive” effect stems precisely from the authors’ ability to continuously meet the public’s expectations”. So Gennaro Carillo summarizes the topics of his teaching e the anthropological and philosophical “challenges” that will accompany the comprehensive training of future criminologists.