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CLJ 101: Introduction to Criminology, Law, and Justice
The study of the development and contemporary operations of criminal justice agencies, from police through probation and parole, focusing upon "power elites" and the use of discretion. US Society course.
Professors: Christoff, T; Coffey, V; McCarty, W; (more)
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CLJ 102: Foundations of Law and Justice
The philosophical and historical foundations of American and non-American criminology, law, and justice. Focus on diversity, due process, equality, liberty, punishment, social control and legal institutions and procedures. US Society course.
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CLJ 110: Rights, Justice and the Law
The historical evolution, philosophical justification and political context of human rights is examined. The balance between individual rights and social responsibility is analyzed. US Society course.
Professors: O'Reilly, G
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CLJ 114: Race, Class, Gender and the Law
A review of criminological theories, organizational decision-making, and a consideration of contemporary criminology, law, and justice policies with specific attention to race, class, and gender. US Society course.
Professors: Ibarra, P
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CLJ 120: Crime and Society
Provides an introduction to theories of social deviance and control. The historical development, empirical basis, strengths, and limitations of various theories are analyzed. US Society course.
Professors: Frohmann, L; Scaramella, G
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CLJ 121: Violence in Society
Causes and consequences of violence in the United States and in other societies. Various theories of violence are discussed and used to analyze individual, group, and governmental violence. US Society course.
Professors: Kalimuthu Jordan, E; Weisburd, A
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CLJ 200: Law in Society
Development of law and legal institutions from historical, comparative, and contemporary perspectives; interrelationships of law, custom, morality, and social change; the legal profession. US Society course.
Professors: Wodda, A
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CLJ 210: Principles of Criminal Law
A survey of the basic principles of criminal law and procedure: proof of fact, act and intent, responsibility. 
Professors: Lippman, M
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CLJ 220: Criminology
Introductory survey of the literature developed by criminologists in their study of crime in American society. 
Professors: Bhat, M
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CLJ 240: Criminal Justice Organizations
Theories of complex organizations, organization behavior, and administration relating to criminal justice and other rule-applying agencies. 
Professors: Isom, Y
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