Crim justice Study guide

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The course utilizes ___________________ to offer students experiences that help them to learn about justice and communities in risk. The focus is intended to bring a better understanding of the ________________ dimension of justice. An example of community mobilization that is used to examine the lived experiences of community members is the __________________. Norm proposes that we have to learn about ________________ in order to be of service to them. Through this learning we can influence __________________ policy and practices. Criminal offending is dealt with in societies through the use of two types of constraining forcing; these are __________________ and ___________________. Behavior that societies generally find universal agreement about being against the social norms are said to be _________________. Behaviors that are sometimes contested and not necessarily law violations everywhere are ______________. A type of crime that could result in going to a state run prison is called ___________________. The crimes that could result in less than one year in jail at most are called
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2012 for the course HERE 2345 taught by Professor Mikerotch during the Fall '11 term at MO St. Louis.

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