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1 CRIMINOLOGY SOCIOLOGY 130-01 Time: Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 11-11:50 Office hours: Mondays: 1:30-3:00; Fridays: 1-2:30; and by email or phone for an appointment (with 24 hours for a response) Office location: Newcomb 212 Telephone: 862-3012 Email: mhuggins@tulane.edu TEXTS S. Titus-Reid, Crime and Criminology (11 Edition) R. Johnson, Death Work: A Study of the Modern Execution Process T. Williams, The Cocaine Kids: The Inside Story of a Teenage Drug Ring Black Board or E-Reservation Readings (Chambliss). W. Chambliss, The Saints and the Roughnecks," (BB) ( “Death Work”). V. Henry . Death Work: Police Trauma and the Psychology of Survival , Introduction, and Chs. 4-7, (E-R) (“Stick-ups, Street Culture”). B. Jacobs, et al., “Stick-up, Street Culture, and Offender Motivation,” (E-R) (“Debunking the Death Penalty”). V. Kappeler, et al., The Mythology of Crime and Criminal Justice , Ch. 14, (E-R) (Yancy/Hummer). Patricia Yancey Martin and Robert A. Hummer, ”Fraternities & Rape on Campus ,” (BB) (“Deviant Street Networks”). E. Miller, Street Woman , Parts 1 and 2: Chs. 1,2,3,4 (E-R) (Renzetti). B. Owen. “Perspectives on Women in Prison,” 2001, ( E-R) (Chapter 1 and Chapter 4) D. Simon, Elite Deviance , Chs. 1 “The Nature of Elite Deviance” and 7 “Corporate Deviance (E-R) (“The Color of Death”). S. Walker, et al., The Color of Death , Ch.8, ( E-Res) Worden, R. “The Causes of Police Brutality”
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2 COURSE REQUIREMENTS (1) Examinations . There will be three in-class examinations. (2) Class participation . The participation requirements are as follows: (a). contributions to class discussions (see 8-a). Students must be prepared to discuss readings on the day that they are assigned in the syllabus. Points will be given for contributions that are informed by readings *; (b) ‘Group set’ work, including group set presentations in class and the placement of assigned materials placed on Blackboard (see # 8-c,d,e), with materials listed on Blackboard in sufficient depth (and necessary definition of terms), such that the Blackboard submissions could be used for examination review (see #8-d). In other words, not just a sentence on Blackboard. (c) class attendance (see # 3 for policy); (d). ‘late to class’ (see #4 for policy). (3) Absence policy . The first excused or un-excused absence does not affect your grade. The second and all others--excused or not--will be counted against your participation grade and will lower it with each absence by a half grade (e.g., A to A-). Sleeping in class is equivalent to being absent. I will notify you in-person before or after class or by email about sleeping the first time this is done; the second and all subsequent times, I will call on you in class and credit you down for
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