CRIM 307: Social Inequality, Crime, and Justice
CRIM 307-001: Social Inequality/Crime/Justic
Planetary Hall (formerly Science & Tech I) 206
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Explores the significance of social inequality (especially race and gender inequality) for several crime and criminal justice issues. Examines the effect of gender and race on rates of criminal offending and victimization and explanations for the variation in offending and victimization.
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