Aas 302: Judicial System & African Amer Community
This course is an examination of the historical and contemporary
relationships and interactions between the black population and the
legal system in America. Concepts covered will include considerations of
definitions of criminal conduct, societal responses to minority
pressures and demands for justice, as well as intergroup relations
between nondominant ethnic groups and enforcement components of society.
- Pre-Requisite: 24 Earned Hours
- Lecture: Lecture for Aas 302
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