SOCIOLOGY OF DRUGS AND CRIME
2017 Fall Term
Criminal Justice 377
This course examines the intersection of drugs and crime in U.S. society. This course utilizes the social constructionist perspective as it pertains to both legal and illegal drugs. Through the use of the constructionist perspective, this class will explore how believed truths and realities about drugs are often socially created, how the laws and the control of drugs has been constructed and maintained, how culture and history influence perceptions of drugs and crime, and how societal norms, values and ideas concerning drugs are created and perpetuated.
Other Requirements: PREREQ: SOCIOLGY 276 OR CONSENT OF INSTRUCTOR
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