2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin

SOC 333 Gender Issues in International Criminal Justice

3 hours 

This course will examine the role of gender in crime and criminal justice and will cover the following topics from a cross-cultural comparative perspective: (1) women as offenders, including the range of offenses, their seriousness, and changes in the nature; (2) women as victims, including abused women, rape victims, and women forced into prostitution; (3) women as social control agents/professionals in the criminal justice systems (as attorneys, police officers, correctional officers, etc.).




ENG 201, junior standing or above, and one of the following: SOC 101, CRJ 101, CJBS 101 or ICJ 101