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SOCI 250 Crime and Society

Crime as a social phenomenon, with emphasis on the changing definitions of crime in relation to social and political change in Canadian and other societies. The scope and nature of the crime problem, the growth of criminology as a science and profession, and relationships between components of state criminal justice systems.

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Credits: 3


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SOCI 250 801Lecture1 Tue Thu18:0021:00

The Sociology department is opening two sections: SOCI 250-801 and SOCI 250-802. Both sections will have the same content, instructor and time. This change is to increase the number of available seats and to accommodate administrative obstacles due to COVID-19.

SOCI 250 802Lecture1 Tue Thu18:0021:00

The Sociology department is opening two sections: SOCI 250-801 and SOCI 250-802. Both sections will have the same content, instructor and time. This change is to increase the number of available seats and to accommodate administrative obstacles due to COVID-19.