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CJS 261 Prison, Society and You 4.0 Credits

This course utilizes the Inside-­‐Out Prison Exchange Program to explore the relationship between individuals and the prison system. The Inside-­‐Out Exchange Program is an evolving set of projects that creates opportunities for dialogue between those on the outside and those on the inside of the nation’s correctional facilities. The program demonstrates the potential for dynamic collaborations between institutions of higher education and correctional institutions. Most importantly, through this unique exchange, Inside-Out, this course seeks to deepen the conversation and transform ways of thinking about crime and justice (Crabbe, Pompa, 2004).

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

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