Course Description

This course examines various form of social inequality as they intersect with the criminal justice system in Canada. The course will challenge the notion of an objective, value-neutral criminal justice system, and will consider the impact of operational and policy decisions on race, class, gender and other forms of social inequality. Topics will include systemic racism, gender discrimination, the over-representation of people who live in poverty and other relevant issues.


Prerequisites: CCRM 100 and (CCRM 102 or CCRM 101)
Antirequisite: JUS 400

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