ANTH 272 - Sociology of Juvenile Corrections
Semester Hours: 3
Analysis of the social organization of juvenile corrections and rehabilitation
in the United States. Includes: visiting lecturers, field trips and class lectures
on the historical development of juvenile corrections; the social obstacle to
rehabilitation of minors; class struggle and youth crime and correction; corrections
as a career; social implications of a separate rehabilitation system for youth
and related areas. An exploration of alternatives.
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