Course syllabus for CJUS 345 Crime Causation Theories & Social Control
Course description: This is an advanced course in the criminal justice curricular sequence for all students interested in the study of crime, deviance, criminality and deviant/criminal behavior. The primary focus of the course will be the understanding of the phenomenon of crime and some of its ramifications, including a review of all prominent explanatory theories of crime and deviant behavior from a variety of approaches and schools of thought (e.g., Biological, Religious, Philosophical, Medical, Psychological, Psychiatric, Sociological, Economic and Political Science perspectives). In addition, we will examine how the philosophy, practices and programming initiatives of each era is based on the various theories of crime during that same time frame.
Klosak, Jacqueline M., "CJUS 345 Crime Causation Theories & Social Control" (1996). Criminal Justice Syllabi. 49.