Please note: Courses marked with "[PR]" in the "Cat. No./Title" column have prerequisites or permission requirements that must be met before enrolling; for details, see course description by clicking on the course title.
|CRMJUS321L Racial and Ethnic Relations||K Lischinsky||Jan 7 - Jan 25||W-1-047|
Wheatley Bldg, 1st Floor, Room 047
|MTuWThF||6:00 - 8:30pm||3||1157||$1020|
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.
Distribution: United States focus
|CRMJUS367L Drugs and Society||J Lageson||Jan 7 - Jan 25||Online||-||-||3||1156||$1020|
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.
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|CRMJUS467L The Sociology of Law||R Tyler||Jan 7 - Jan 25||W-1-046|
Wheatley Bldg, 1st Floor, Room 046
|MTuWThF||12:00 - 2:30pm||3||1158||$1020|
Description for CRMJUS467L:
A general analysis of the social origins and consequences of law and legal process; special emphasis on law as a method of conflict resolution and as a social control structure, and on law and social change. Attention also given to law in other societies, including non-literate societies, to the evolution and development of legal structures, and to patterns of due process and criminal law.
Prerequisite: SOCIOL 101 and CRMJUS/SOCIOL 262L.