Checking date: 21/05/2024


Course: 2024/2025

Offenses against persons and society
(13583)
Dual Bachelor in Law and Political Science (Plan: 413 - Estudio: 232)


Coordinating teacher: GARROCHO SALCEDO, ANA MARIA

Department assigned to the subject: Criminal Law, Procedural Law and History Law Department

Type: Compulsory
ECTS Credits: 6.0 ECTS

Course:
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Requirements (Subjects that are assumed to be known)
Legal theory of crime
Objectives
This subject has the objectives of the acquisition by the student, the following powers: 1- Knowledge of criminal protection of human life independent and dependent or prenatal, health and bodily integrity. 2- Knowledge of criminal protection of freedom, moral integrity and sexual freedom. 3- Knowledge of criminal protection of privacy, the right to self-image, the inviolability of the home and honor. 4- Knowledge of the criminal protection of the rights of workers and foreign citizens. 5- Knowledge of the criminal protection of land planning, heritage and the environment. 6- Knowledge of the criminal protection of collective security. 7- knowledge of the crimes of falsehoods. 8- Knowledge of the criminal protection of the Administration of Justice, the Constitution, public order and the international community. 9. Ability to solve practical cases related to previous theoretical knowledge. 10- As a result of the above knowledge, critical capacity regarding criminal repression and effectiveness of it as a way of organizing living together in a social and democratic rule of law.
Skills and learning outcomes
Description of contents: programme
The program includes the study of offenses in the special part of the corresponding Penal Code to individuals and society: the killing and its forms, abortion, injuries, crimes against freedom, crimes against moral integrity, trafficking of persons, crimes against sexual freedom, dereliction of duty relief, crimes against privacy, honor crimes, offenses relating to land use, crimes against heritage, environmental crime, crimes against collective security, drug trafficking, falsehoods, crimes against the Constitution, crimes against public order, and terrorism and international crimes. This subject is fully aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals, mainly related to Goal 4 on Gender Equality, Goal 16 on Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions.
Learning activities and methodology
The course will consist of both theoretical classes and case resolution practices. In order to make the most of the classes, it is recommended that the subject or subjects be read beforehand in one of the manuals suggested in the basic bibliography. Tutorials are scheduled at the beginning of the course in a global classroom, although it is advisable to arrange them in advance.
Assessment System
  • % end-of-term-examination 60
  • % of continuous assessment (assigments, laboratory, practicals...) 40

Calendar of Continuous assessment


Extraordinary call: regulations
Basic Bibliography
  • ALVAREZ GARCÍA, F.J. (Dir.). Derecho penal español : parte especial (2 vol.). Tirant lo Blanch. Edición posterior a 2015
  • ALVAREZ GARCÍA, F.J. (Dir.). Derecho penal español : parte especial (4 vol.). Tirant lo Blanch. Edición posterior a 2015
  • ALVAREZ GARCÍA, F.J. (Dir.). Derecho penal español : parte especial (4 volúmenes). Tirant lo Blanch. Edición posterior a 2015
  • ALVAREZ GARCÍA, F.J. (Dir.). Derecho penal español : parte especial (5 volúmenes). Tirant lo Blanch. Edición posterior a 2015
  • MUÑOZ CONDE, F.. Dercho Penal. Parte Especial. Tirant lo Blanch. Edición posterior a 2015
  • MUÑOZ CONDE, F.. Dercho Penal. Parte Especial. Tirant lo Blanch. Edición posterior a 2019
  • MUÑOZ CONDE, F.. Dercho Penal. Parte Especial. Tirant lo Blanch. Edición posterior a 2022
  • SILVA SÁNCHEZ, J-M et al.. Lecciones de derecho penal. Parte especial.. Atelier. Última ed. (posterior a 2015)
  • SILVA SÁNCHEZ, J-M et al.. Lecciones de derecho penal. Parte especial.. Atelier. Última ed. (posterior a 2022)

The course syllabus may change due academic events or other reasons.