Minor in Law, Justice and Society - Criminal Law, Crime and Punishment in Canadian Society, 1890 to the present HIST 3227   Criminal Law, Crime and Punishment in Canadian Society, 1890 to the present
CREDIT HOURS: 3
Continuing the approach and themes of HIST 3226.03, this course studies crime, punishment, and the criminal law as they reflect social, economic, political, and ideological developments. As appropriate, these are placed within their international context, and in particular linked to the American system of law and justice. We pay attention to the impact of technological change on crime, detection of crime, enforcement mechanisms, and alternative means and methods of punishment. Approved with Canadian Studies. RECOMMENDED: One previous history course
FORMAT:
  • Lecture
  • Discussion

EXCLUSIONS: HIST 3225.03