This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Ethnicity, Social Structure, and Crime Victims and Offenders
- Explain the relationship between police and people of various ethnicities, socioeconomic statuses, and sexual orientations.
- Explain the factors related to ethnicity and socioeconomic statuses that lead to disparity in the criminal justice system.
- Describe how the historical development of policing relates to current concerns regarding multiculturalism.
- Interpret victimization, offender rates, and statistical data for different ethnic groups.
- Describe the history of gangs and their influence on youth.
- Describe the occurrence of hate crimes on people of various ethnicities, socioeconomic statuses, and sexual orientations.
Ethnicity and the Police
- Identify contemporary concerns relative to policing particular ethnic communities.
- Examine how police practices affect police–community relations.
- Explain officer attitudes, police corruption, and citizen complaints relative to ethnicity.
- Analyze public opinion about the police..
Ethnicity and the Courts
- Summarize the effect of ethnicity on courtroom proceedings.
- Identify disparity and discrimination issues in courtroom proceedings.
- Explain the need for diversity among courtroom personnel and whether ethnicity influences judicial practices.
- Evaluate the efficacy of jury nullification when premised on ethnic considerations.
Ethnicity and Corrections
- Describe the issue of ethnic disparity and discrimination within corrections.
- Identify the significance of cultural diversity as it relates to correctional facilities.
- Explain ethnic disparity issues as they relate to the juvenile justice system.
Contemporary Cultural Diversity Issues in Criminal Justice
- Assess whether the criminal justice system discriminates against any group.
- Identify contemporary issues related to disparity and discrimination in the criminal justice system.
- Assess the criminal justice system’s response to the public’s perception of ethnic and gender bias.
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