CJS 364: The Death Penalty

Prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing

An examination of the historic, moral, philosophical, legal, and socio-cultural framing of arguments for and against the death penalty in the U.S. This course considers how race, class, nation, and gender shape understandings of the death penalty to study the consequences for both victims' and offenders' families, wrongful convictions, alternative models for restoring justice, and international standards overseeing state-sanctioned death.

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3.00 credits
Section 01: Undergraduate Lecture
Location: Library Lecture Hall 205

Class: #14125

Wed, Sep 2, 2020 - Tue, Dec 8, 2020

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3.00 credits
Section 01: Undergraduate Lecture
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Class: #6889

Tue, Jan 19, 2021 - Wed, Apr 28, 2021

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Course information

3.00 credits
Section 01: Undergraduate Lecture
Instructor(s): 

Class: #6889

Tue, Jan 19, 2021 - Wed, Apr 28, 2021

Status: 

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