216-07-syllabus

216-07-syllabus - Criminology Sociology 216 Spring 2007...

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Criminology Sociology 216 Spring 2007 Brad Wright 311 Manchester Hall Bradley.wright@uconn.edu Tuesday, 5-7:45, CLAS 108 Office Hours: Tuesdays 11-12 and Thursdays 1-2 Jayme Schwartzman (TA) Jayme.Schwartzman@uconn.edu Office: 213 Manchester Hall Office hours: Monday 1:45-2:45 and Tuesday 3-4 Christine Zozula (TA) christine.zozula@huskymail.uconn.edu Office: 1B Manchester Hall Office hours: Tuesday and Wednesday 9-10 Krysten Brown (TA) Krysten.brown@uconn.edu Office: 8A Manchester Hall Office hours: Monday 4:30-5:30 and Thursday 10:30-11:30 Overview This course examines the sociological study of criminology. It covers both theoretical explanations of criminology and applied research of it. Students will write in-class essays every class period, based on the readings for that day as well as other materials. These essays will be graded 0 to 1, and students can drop their three worst grades at the end of the semester. Students will also take a midterm and a final, and the course grade will comprise the in-class essays, midterm, and final (one-third of the grade each). The following books are available at the University Co-op:
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course SOC 216 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '07 term at UConn.

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216-07-syllabus - Criminology Sociology 216 Spring 2007...

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