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CJS 210 Race, Crime, and Justice 3.0 Credits

This course considers how race affects the behaviors of the major institutions of the justice process, as well as how the justice process affects social perceptions of race and crime. The course also describes the relationships among race, criminal offending, and victimization; and it explores how justice-­‐related outcomes are often influenced by the quality and behaviors of local schools, access to housing, economic investment in majority-­‐minority communities, crime control strategies, and the perceived fairness of the justice process itself.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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