Criminal Justice-COAS | Public Control of Deviant Behavior
P460 | 9283 | Noble


The focus of this course will be the examination of so called deviant
behavior in our society.  Major areas of study will include:
addiction, family violence, prostitution, rape, mental illness, and
homicide.  From a psychosocial perspective we will examine the
etiology of these behaviors, society's labeling process, and how the
criminal justice system reacts to these behaviors.

Class Meeting: One 150-minute seminar each week (M, 2:30 - 5:00P, GY
447)

Instructor:	Professor Dwight Noble, Criminal Justice Department