Introduction to Criminology (SOC 212.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

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SOC 212 02 January 2017 Carolyn Brooks (primary instructor)
SOC 212 04 January 2017 Carolyn Brooks (primary instructor)
SOC 212 X02 January 2017 Lorna Doerkson (primary instructor)
 
SOC 212 01 September 2016 Julie Kaye (primary instructor)
SOC 212 03 September 2016 Carolyn Brooks (primary instructor)
SOC 212 X01 September 2016 Lorna Doerkson (primary instructor)
 
SOC 212 X01 July 2016 Lorna Doerkson (primary instructor)
 
SOC 212 01 May 2016 Amaechi Okonkwo (primary instructor)
SOC 212 X01 May 2016 Lorna Doerkson (primary instructor)
 
SOC 212 02 January 2016 Hongming Cheng (primary instructor)
SOC 212 04 January 2016 Lisa Broda (primary instructor)
SOC 212 X02 January 2016 Lorna Doerkson (primary instructor)

Description

An introduction to the study of crime and criminological theories. In addition to developing a basics understanding of criminological theories, students examine the rich and diverse nature of Canadian criminological research. Specific topics may include: women and crime; restorative justice and peacemaking; youth justice; Aboriginal peoples; and penology.

Prerequisite(s)

6 credit units of 100-level SOC.

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