Course Description

This course has two emphases: theory and research on the nature of criminal victimization in Canada, and the role and experiences of victims of crime in the Canadian criminal justice system. The intersection of victimization with gender, race, class and other forms of social inequality will provide the context for an analysis of the extent to which the current criminal justice system does, or can, meet the broad range of victim needs. (Formerly JUS 601.)


Prerequisite: CCRM 100

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