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Crime, Punishment, and Human Rights
Credit Hours:

Examination of the history of criminal justice in the modern world. Topics of study will include law codes and the legal profession, patterns of criminal activity, and the policing of crime, detention and incarceration, torture and rehabilitation, and the evolution of an international system of campaigns, organizations, and laws aimed at establishing what is commonly referred to as “human rights."


Instructors of this Course

Associate Professor

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