Juvenile Delinquency (SOCJ 431)
Term: 2010-2011 Spring Term
Mon-Wed-Fri, 2:00 PM - 2:50 PM (1/10/2011 - 5/7/2011) Location: MAIN BH 2
Reviews the historical reasons for the establishment of juvenile courts in the United States; examines the juvenile justice process; introduces the functions of the various components of the system, and explores sociological concepts and theories of adolescent subculture. Prerequisites: SOC 230 and SOCJ 333.