201 Syllabus - Joshua Ballinger Justice And The Law (201...

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Joshua Ballinger Justice And The Law (201 P1) Tuesday, Thursday--1:40-3:00 LSH B110 Spring 2011 Course Description: Justice, in its most basic sense, can be defined as the fair treatment of people in a civil society through the political enactment, administration, and enforcement of law, which in the United States is embodied by the Constitution. In this course, we will examine the theoretical and practical foundations of our society, including the relationship between the individual and the state, and the extent to which the Constitution protects individual rights and liberties against the imposition of state power. Course Objectives: Students will develop their own area of research within the overall topic of the course, and by completing all the activities of this course, culminating in their final research paper, will gain some expertise within this topic area, and will be able to speak and write about it with clarity, originality, and a well rounded perspective. Course Readings
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