Families are a major social institution that operate as a cornerstone of human experiences. They also deeply impact broader social structures due to their central position as an arbiter between individuals and an array of other institutions such as communities, schools, and the criminal justice system. In this course, we examine the interrelationship between gender, crime, and families. Doing so provides an opportunity for nuanced engagement with existing social science research on gender and crime and how that relationship impacts and is shaped by family/families.
Special Topics- Gender, Crime, and Families
Criminal Justice / Sociology
Criminal Justice/Homeland Security
Monday, June 1, 2020 to Monday, September 7, 2020