SOC-230 Sociological Explanations of Crime & Deviance
3 hours lecture, 3 credits
This course surveys a full range of sociological perspectives on crime and deviance including the social disorganization perspective, functionalist and strain perspectives, subcultural and learning theories, interactionist and social control theories a well as conflict and critical theories.
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