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Race, Crime, and Criminal Justice

Provides an historical overview of the operation and evolution of the criminal justice system and the impact of race. How race affects definitions of crime and criminality, the workings of the criminal justice system, the development of criminological theory, and the role of criminal justice ethics in the study of race and crime will be considered.

Fall 2021

1 review
Average rating: 4.00

Past Semesters

6 reviews
Average rating: 4.67

Average GPA: 3.51 between 35 students

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