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Justice and Public Safety
Course Description
JPSM-1011   Theories of Crime Causation
Review the historical development of criminology as a scientific discipline and learn the importance of the law in the study of crime and deviant behaviour. Discuss the concept of deviance, the major theories of crime causation and the social implications. Learn to critically examine the social and policy implications for an offender and society in general, based on a variety of theories.
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Prerequisites:
CORR-1002

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