Jean Robertson

Part Time Lecturer

Crime & Justice Studies

508-999-8401

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Liberal Arts 392E


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Exploration of the impact that women have on the criminal justice system, as well as the impact that the system has upon women. This course will serve to provide an alternative to the traditional focus of criminal justice courses. It explores issues relevant to understanding the experience of women and girls as both offenders and victims, as well as practitioners in the criminal and legal systems.

Sociological approaches to the study of crime typologies. Criminal behavior is best explained when broken down into types. After discussing the construction of types of crimes, there will be an exploration of the systems within which criminal behavior develops.

Sociological approaches to the study of crime typologies. Criminal behavior is best explained when broken down into types. After discussing the construction of types of crimes, there will be an exploration of the systems within which criminal behavior develops.

Sociological approaches to the study of crime typologies. Criminal behavior is best explained when broken down into types. After discussing the construction of types of crimes, there will be an exploration of the systems within which criminal behavior develops.

Sociological approaches to the study of crime typologies. Criminal behavior is best explained when broken down into types. After discussing the construction of types of crimes, there will be an exploration of the systems within which criminal behavior develops.

Directed readings and analysis in selected topics.

Exploration of the impact that women have on the criminal justice system, as well as the impact that the system has upon women. This course will serve to provide an alternative to the traditional focus of criminal justice courses. It explores issues relevant to understanding the experience of women and girls as both offenders and victims, as well as practitioners in the criminal and legal systems.

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Online and Continuing Education Courses

Sociological approaches to the study of crime typologies. Criminal behavior is best explained when broken down into types. After discussing the construction of types of crimes, there will be an exploration of the systems within which criminal behavior develops.
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A survey of basic human patterns of bonding and reproduction in different cultures, through human evolution to modern times, focusing on an exploration of issues surrounding sex, marriage and family in contemporary society.
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A multidisciplinary exploration of the challenges facing cities today. Drawing on a variety of theories, findings and methodologies, the course examines and critiques current urban issues such as poverty, housing, crime and public education, as well as the public policies associated with them. This course serves as an upper-level elective for majors and non-majors.
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A survey of basic human patterns of bonding and reproduction in different cultures, through human evolution to modern times, focusing on an exploration of issues surrounding sex, marriage and family in contemporary society.
Register for this course.

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