DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HISTORY
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS FOR
JANUARY 2 - 23, 2001
ANTH 2202.61 ANTHROPOLOGY OF SEX
Explores the evolution of sex and sexual behavior, drawing on data from biology; Looks at the relationship between sexual behavior and social structure; Examines the biological basis of differences between the sexes; Also explores the evolution and biology of sexual orientation. The focus is on human and non-human primates.
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POLI SCIE 2305.31 WOMEN AND THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
Challenges women face in the criminal justice system, and treatment women receive once they have become involved in the system. Course examines women as prisoners, as victims, as lawyers, advocates, and law enforcement officers.
M, T, W, TH 1:30-5:15PM Spagnola
SOCI 2307.31 DEVIANCE AND SOCIAL CONTROL
Analysis of deviant behavior as a general characteristic of social systems; critical review of various sociological theories concerning the nature and functions of deviance; examination of philosophical, legal and practical aspects of social control.
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