Sociology of Crime: Interpretive Perspectives
Interpretive perspectives, including social constructionism, symbolic interactionism and ethnomethodology, are used to examine criminalization through the making of law, law enforcement and the administration of justice.
Additional Course Information
|Waterloo Campus||SY242A||T,R - 4 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. - Fall Term|
|Online Learning||SY242DE(2)||Online Course - Winter Term|