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CCJ2000 Crime and Delinquency: Nature and Causes

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3 credit hour(s) | Fall | Spring | Summer
Prerequisite(s): satisfactory completion of Developmental Writing II (ENC0025 ) and Developmental Reading II (REA0017 ), or appropriate placement scores.
Provides a framework for studying criminology by defining the field of criminology and discussing its basic concepts. The major criminological and juvenile delinquency themes are examined in detail, including the biological, psychological, and sociological theories, as well as the integration of these theories. Contact: 3 hours.


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