2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog (Updated Spring 2019) 
    
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CRJS 471 Crime, Class, and Ideology

Credit 3
This course addresses the obstacles to learning which popular ideologies of social class and crime pose in the classroom and demonstrates the use of history as a strategy for overcoming these obstacles.  It also addresses the historical context in which contemporary ideologies of social class and crime have emerged, the particular problems that unrecognized ideologies present in the classroom, students’ assumptions informed by ideologies, and examples of the use of historical multiculturalism to confront popular ideologies of class and crime.  Prerequisite: CRJS 212   and Junior or Senior standing. Prerequisite(s): CRJS 212   and Junior or Senior standing.



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