Courses > SOC105 - Corrections in America

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This course will use sociological perspectives to explore issues
related to jail and prison systems for juveniles and adults, probation
and parole, and alternative sentencing. The societal importance of
these issues and topics is evident in light of the fact that the United
States holds a greater percentage of its people in correctional
facilities than any other country in the world, and expends an
increasing amount of public resources upon corrections in America.

Formerly SOC 205
Units  3 unit
Hours  3 hours lecture 
Length  17 weeks
Graded  Credit course taken for grade or for credit/no credit
Classification  Liberal arts " sciences education courses
Version  02

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