Do Criminal Justice Undergraduate Students Exhibit Lower Levels of Empathy Compared to Other Liberal Arts Majors

Dashaunda Bohanon, Governors State University
Daryn Decuir, Governors State University
Nicholas Dinger, Governors State University
Cody Marciano, Governors State University
Ivory Myles, Governors State University
Paul Novak, Governors State University
Kenneth Ortiz, Governors State University
Jeremy Purchase, Governors State University
Stepan Saw, Governors State University
Joanna Vieya, Governors State University
Deandra Wilson, Governors State University
Alejanro Zarate, Governors State University
Caron Jacobson, Governors State University

Dashaunda Bohanon, Daryn Decuir, Nicholas Dinger, Cody Marciano, Ivory Myles, Paul Novak, Kenneth Ortiz, Jeremy Purchase, Stephan Saw, Joanna Vieya, Deandra Wilson, and Alejanro Zarate are Undergraduate students in the BA in Criminal Justice Program under the supervision of Ms. Caron Jacobson, Lecturer, College of Arts and Sciences

Description

This is a Criminal Justice Senior Seminar Project. The students explored the research question whether criminal justice undergraduate students exhibited lower levels of empathy compared to other undergraduate majors in the helping professions in liberal arts. Students created, disseminated, and collected data from a survey of GSU’s undergraduate liberal arts population. This presentation will consist of their preliminary findings.

 
Apr 7th, 1:50 PM Apr 7th, 3:00 PM

Do Criminal Justice Undergraduate Students Exhibit Lower Levels of Empathy Compared to Other Liberal Arts Majors

D34000

This is a Criminal Justice Senior Seminar Project. The students explored the research question whether criminal justice undergraduate students exhibited lower levels of empathy compared to other undergraduate majors in the helping professions in liberal arts. Students created, disseminated, and collected data from a survey of GSU’s undergraduate liberal arts population. This presentation will consist of their preliminary findings.