Cj202 Gender, Race and Justice 4 credits
This course is a review of theories about the relationship among gender, race, crime and criminal justice processing. Crimes causal theories are reviewed with an eye toward discovering what, if any, compatibility exists between the theories and the gender and race of offenders. Topics discussed include race and domestic violence along with an examination of 'race' as a social construct and a study of the various perceptions and theories abut the race crime correlation. Prerequisite: Cj101.