Criminal Justice Syllabus

Criminal Justice Syllabus - CJ 103: Introduction to law and...

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CJ 103: Introduction to law and Justice Mo/We/Fri 12:40 – 1:30 Fall 2010 James R, Cluphf, J.D. Phone: 426-4832 Office: L165 Office hours: 2pm – 4pm Mo/Tue/We/Fri Email: jamescluphf1@u.boisestate.edu REQUIRED TEXTBOOK: Walsh, A. & Hemmens, C. (2000). Law, Justice, and Society. Course Description: This course examines the philosophy, history, and sociology of law as it is used as a means of social control. This course also addresses the criminal court system and the process of justice in America, in addition to examining diverse issues such as juvenile justice, comparative law and women and law. Course Objectives: Course objectives are: 1. To learn and have fun. 2. To identify and appreciate the role of law in society. 3. To develop basic understanding of the courts, lawmaking, and criminal substantive and procedure law. 4. To improve analytical and abstract thinking skills. Instructor’s Philosophy of Instruction: Intellectual curiosity must be a perpetual endeavor. Students preparation, attendance and participation are thus necessary and highly encouraged. Students should come to class prepared to answer questions and discuss the concepts covered in the readings. Questions
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