CRIM 7711: Criminology and Public Policy 2
Lecture - 4 credits
- Covers theoretical criminology and its implications for public policy.
- Approaches the understanding of crime from an interdisciplinary perspective, with emphasis on recent theoretical developments.
- Analyzes the connections between systemic racism, inequalities, and crime and the role of bias in the development of the field and criminological theories.
- Emphasizes evaluating theory in light of empirical research, understanding the implications of theory and research for programs and policies of crime prevention and control, and evaluating current approaches to crime prevention and control.
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