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CMJ 427 - Criminal Justice and Cultural Revolution

This course will examine the effects of violent social and political conflict, in the context of its impact on, and manipulation of, criminal justice systems. It will inspect past and present day struggles between personal freedoms and political power through the lens of gender, race, religion, Philosophical/political affiliation, and social justice, while examining how law enforcement and court systems navigate these turbulent periods. It will attempt to prepare future criminal justice practitioners for the revolutions sure to come, by examining those we have endured in the past.

Credit Hours: 3.00

Course Fees: $0.00

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