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CJ 230   Criminology    Credits: 3

This graduate course introduces the study of criminal behavior from its historical origins to the present day. It addresses the classical, neoclassical, biological, psychological, and sociological theories of the causes of criminal behavior and society's responses. Topics include an overview of criminology as a social science, patterns of crime and crime statistics, research methods and theory-building, crimes against property and persons, positivism, ecological and social disorganization theory, subcultural theory, conflict theory, and social control and social learning theory.












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