CRIM 4248 01 - International Compar Justice
An interdisciplinary course which looks at the justice systems of such countries as: England, France, China, Japan, South Africa and the Islamic States as well as a brief look at the history of the Western Legal Tradition. Comparisons are made for the purpose of answering such questions as: What do the various notions of justice entail? How do they differ? Why? How are they enframed by their philosophical and belief systems? How do the outcomes of their applications of justice differ?
College of Social Sciences
||OCT 10, 2019
||DEC 06, 2019
|| MON WED
||Time of Day
||11:00 am - 12:15 pm
||Anth - Anthropology Building
||Open Seats:35 of 50 as of 01/19/2020 02:42:54
||Instructional Method: Hybrid (H)
Hybrid course - up to 50% online.