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Description for CRMJUS262L: A general survey and analysis of adult crime. Attention to historical development of criminological thought, societal reaction to crime, and behavioral systems. Emphasis on theories of criminality and issues in the administration of justice by police and courts.
Prerequisite: SOCIOL 101.
Academic Information: Credits: 3 Distribution: Social and Behavioral Sciences Crosslisted: CRMJUS 262L and SOCIOL 262L are the same course.
Description for CRMJUS321L: An examination of racial and ethnic relations in contemporary society, including the history and sociology of the immigration experience, bilingual education, the nature and character of discrimination, neighborhood change, and racial and ethnic conflict.
Prerequisite: SOCIOL 101. SOCIOL or PSYSOC or CRMJUS or ALCSUB students only.
Academic Information: Credits: 3 Distribution: Social and Behavioral Sciences Diversity: United States Crosslisted: CRMJUS 321L and SOCIOL 321L are the same course.
Description for CRMJUS337L: An examination of police as a system of social control; a survey of major studies of police by sociologists and government commissions. Emphasis placed on police organization, patterns and consequences of police training, historical and cross-cultural perspectives of police systems and studies of police discretion and police-citizen interaction.
Prerequisite: SOCIOL 101 and CRMJUS/SOCIOL 262L.
Academic Information: Credits: 3 Crosslisted: CRMJUS 337L and SOCIOL 337L are the same course.
Description for CRMJUS367L: This course examines the social origins and consequences of the use and abuse of consciousness-altering substances (including alcohol). It considers how society defines and deals with drug use and assesses social harm, including such issues as addictions and health effects, drugs and crime, the legislation debate, and drug policy and enforcement. CRMJUS 367L and SOCIOL 367L are the same course.