May 28, 2024  
2023-24 Catalog 
    
2023-24 Catalog
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CCJ 386 - Hate Crimes


4 credits
Examines the concept of “hate crimes” from criminological, historical, and legal perspectives. The causes, manifestations, and consequences of crimes committed against people of marginalized cultural groups, of diverse race, sexual orientation, gender, religious belief, and other circumstances, are analyzed. Data is used to learn more about the incidences of hate crime, including who is most often responsible, who is most often impacted, and where and when hate crimes occur most often. The course also examines how hate crime is addressed and controlled through social, legal, and political means. Prerequisite(s): WR 123  or equivalent.
Approved for General Education: Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Capacity, University Studies - J Strand
Grade mode designated on a CRN basis each term. Students should consult current term schedule.



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