Criminal Justice-coas | Feminist Justice
P493 | 1565 | Pepinsky


This intensive writing seminar is on Feminist Justice, with the special
topic-Children's Rights and Safety.  The seminar will focus on violence
against children, on legal response to the violence, and on how survivors of
the violence heal.  The class will feature guest presenters, including legal
authorities, professionals, survivors of incest, ritual abuse and mind
control programming, and child advocates.

Readings:	T.I.S. Reader

Requirements:	Weekly assignments will be given, specifying classroom
discussion, readings, and issues to be covered for up to a total of 5 points
each.  On the grading scale, 50 points total will be required to earn a
grade of "Satisfactory" for intensive writing, and to be in the range to
earn an A for the class.

Class Meeting:	One 150-minute seminar each week (T, 5:45-8:15P, SY 200)

Topic:	Children's rights and safety

Course Will Satisfy:	CJUS major 400-level requirement
					COAS Intensive Writing Credit which
requires registration in COAS W333

Instructor:	Professor Hal Pepinsky, Criminal Justice Department