CourseBook :: crim3310.001.10f
Course Title: Youth Crime and Justice
Class Info:
Class Section: CRIM3310.001.10F Instruction Mode: Face-to-Face
Class Level: Undergraduate Activity Type: Lecture
Semester Credit Hours: 3 Class Number: 2218
Grading: Graded - Undergraduate Session Type: Regular Academic Session
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Status: Class Status: OPEN    Available Seats: 9    Enrolled Total: 49    Waitlist: 0
Description: CRIM 3310 - Youth Crime and Justice (3 semester hours) Examines the concept of juvenile delinquency as a distinct type of criminal activity from that committed by adults and assesses the distinct juvenile justice system that has evolved to handled children. Topics include the historical roots of delinquency and the juvenile justice system, delinquency measurement, explanations of delinquency, and the socio demographic correlates of delinquency status. (Same as SOC 3362.) (3-0) R
Elmer Polk      email:

Class Location and Times

Term: 10F
Type: Regular Academic Session
Starts: August 19, 2010
Ends: December 15, 2010

August 19, 2010-December 15, 2010
Tuesday, Thursday
GR 3.302

GR Building
Floor 3 - Room 3.302
College: School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences
Syllabus: Syllabus for Youth Crime and Justice (CRIM3310.001.10F)
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