SOC320H5 • Criminal Justice Organizations

Description

This course uses organizational theory to examine major criminal justice institutions--including police, courts, and prisons. It examines the role of organizational goals, structure, resources, legitimacy, culture, and front-line workers in shaping organization-level decisions about policy and practice. It also examines the interactions, mutual influence, and competition between government, interest groups, and criminal justice institutions that help to initiate and sustain field-wide change.

Prerequisites
Exclusions
SOC300H5 Special Topics in Criminology: Criminal Justice Organizations (Fall 2016, Winter 2017)
Distribution Requirement
Social Science
Total Instructional Hours
24L
Mode of Delivery
In Class
Program Area
Sociology