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344 Crime in Different Cultures

Crime in Different Cultures (47:202:344:HQ:03202)
Class Dates: 7/11 - 8/17
Class Times: TTh 6:00pm - 9:30pm
Instructor: Celiksu
Location: Engelhard Hall - 213
Format: In-Person
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course explores crime through the critical lens of anthropology by situating criminal acts as consequences of the complexity and nuances of human interactivity and cultural heterogeneity. Crime and punishment in other societies, especially non-Western societies that lack institutional systems of criminal justice, and the social evolution of crime and crime-related institutions throughout the United States of America's history are particular topics that are discussed in this course.

Writing Intensive.

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