Description

As we look around the world, we witness a vast array of individual, corporate, and state criminal activity that is varied in its scope, intensity, and effect upon society. The amount and variety of global crime is immense, and in order to fully appreciate its dimensions, we must impose certain definitions and perspectives. Two of the most important variables to understand are the influences of culture and globalization on the causes and responses to crime around the world. Although it may be difficult to comprehend why such crime persists decade after decade, the search for these answers uncovers a challenging and fascinating tapestry of criminal activity.

Lecture Hours: 3.00 Lab Hours: 0Total Hours: 3.00

Semesters

Spring 2021 Semester
Course Title Instructor Campus Section Syllabus
Global Crime and Justice Dave Ayers Distance E01 No syllabus available
Global Crime and Justice Sarah Hupp Williamson, Ph.D. Carrollton 01 No syllabus available
Fall 2020 Semester
Course Title Instructor Campus Section Syllabus
Global Crime and Justice Dave Ayers Distance E01 No syllabus available
Global Crime and Justice Dave Ayers Douglasville 101 No syllabus available
Summer 2020 Semester
Course Title Instructor Campus Section Syllabus
Global Crime and Justice Sarah Hupp Williamson, Ph.D. Distance E01 No syllabus available
Global Crime and Justice Dave Ayers Distance E02 No syllabus available