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CRIM 2652- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 65 pages long!)Premium

65 pages110 viewsWinter 2017

Department
Criminology
Course Code
CRIM 2652
Professor
Anna Pratt
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Final

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Thursday, September 7, 2017
CRIM 2652
Lecture #1!
1) Whats in a name? !
Not neutral, doesn't just describe it imputes assumptions and meaning - very political!
Criminal: implies that they have conflict with the law but also implies a negative
identity or whole identity - takes away everything else about them, just a criminal !
Don’t confuse activities with entire identities!
2) Course Objectives !
Introduce the nuts and bolts of the criminal justice system!
Explore past and present criminal justice practices, issues, and debates!
Understand criminal justice as SOCIO-HISTORICAL phenomenon!
Highlight the operations of criminal justice in the field; bring the community to the
classroom!
Develop critical and analytical thinking and writing skills!
3) Evaluation:!
-In class test #1, November 2nd (20%)!
-In class test #2, January 25th (20%)!
-In class test #3, March 29th (20%)!
-Criminal Court Observation Essay (25%) !
Proposal Due: November 30th, 2017!
Final Essay Due: March 1st, 2018!
-Tutorial Attendance/Participation (15%)!
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6 Guiding Course Themes - Analytical Tools to make sense of Criminal Justice!
Due Process and Crime Control!
Justice as a performance!
Myth of “the system”!
Discretion and Accountability!
Inequality and Intersexuality!
Socio-historical context - shaped by a lot of factors, changes over time!
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