2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin

AFR 232 Comparative Perspectives on Crime in the Caribbean

3 hours 

This course will examine crime in the Caribbean with a particular focus on the differences and similarities among the Spanish-, English-, French- and Dutch-speaking nations of the Caribbean region. The course will study the trends in crime in the Caribbean from a comparative perspective, and the methods employed by various individual nations to help diminish crime and delinquency. The specific topics to be studied include political crime and offenses, political corruption, drug dealing and trafficking, juvenile delinquency, domestic violence and sexual assault in the Caribbean. This course can be used to satisfy requirements for the International Criminal Justice major.



Cross Listed Courses

LLS 232


ENG 101