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SOANĀ 266: Crime and Inequality

This course introduces students to the study of crime and the criminal justice system from a sociological perspective. Topics include types of crime; theories of crime causation; the role of the criminal justice system in social control; the racial and social class implications of the criminal law and law enforcement strategies; and drug policy. Offered annually in the fall or spring semester or during Interim.

Management Studies

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...Press SOAN 236 The Arab World SOAN 237...262 Probability Theory MATH 266 Operations Research MEDIA...

Race and Ethnic Studies

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...Perspective SOAN 264 Race and Class in American Culture SOAN 266 Crime and Inequality SOAN...

Africa and the Americas

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...Cross-Cultural Perspective SOAN 264 Race and Class in American Culture SOAN 266 Crime and...

Media Studies

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...Art Since 1945 ENGL 266 Romanticism and Rock...372 The Russian Press SOAN 264 Race and...