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Description:This course examines the field of victimology, including its theories, basic assumptions and definitions. Students learn to think critically and independently about theoretical and policy issues relating to crime and victimization. The course also examines the systematic response to victims, including non-conventional conceptions of victimization and international perspectives on victims? rights.
Offered (DAY schedule):
Instructor Permission Required:N
CJ230 or SY230

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