Prerequisite: SOC 250 or CJS 102 or CJS 302 or permission of instructor. The course examines the historical and contemporary views of gender/gender identity and criminality, victimization, crime perpetration, and societal responses to crime and public policy. In addition, this course examines the scientific study of gender/gender identity and crime by examining intersectional social factors such  as race, ethnicity, indigeneity, immigration status, class, sexuality/sexual orientation, and dis/ability. Further, the course includes discussions on how gender impacts people’s experiences as victims and perpetrators of crime. Available for graduate credit.

Spring-2024 - Schedule of Classes

CJS 418

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