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Always Do the Reading
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Although Professor De Carolis teaches criminal justice, her approach is so inline with social work. She is thorough and fair. My advice to anyone taking her course would be to follow directions. I did well in her class, however I heard many complain as they failed to read the material and proof read their work. She is very approachable and personable. Read the book and you will be a success in CRJ305.
This class was focused on crime as it relates to gender. The class was not easy, however if you're here to learn you will learn a lot. I learned that regardless of what we perceive in criminal behavior, we need to take into consideration that there are underlying causes that take people down the wrong road. I also learned that criminal justice is not just black and white, there are so many details to consider.
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My advice would be pretty basic, read the book, listen and take notes. Never wait until the last minute to study for exams or to write papers. Be respectful. Professor DeCarolis is a wonderful instructor and deserves respect. Turn phones off, it is annoying to those of us paying for our education.