Law and Sociology (21368). 4 units. This course is designed to introduce sociological perspectives and frameworks on law and legal institutions. The first portion of the course will focus on fundamental concepts in sociology and the sociological analysis of law; it will also provide an overview of qualitative and quantitative analytical methods in sociology. The second portion of the course will apply those concepts and tools to contemporary legal institutions and problems, especially criminal justice, racial discrimination, the welfare state, and immigration law enforcement. Permission of the instructor required. Enrollment limited to twenty-five. Self-scheduled examination. M.C. Bell.
Course Bidding: In addition to listing this course among permission-of-the-instructor selections, students should submit a one-paragraph statement (no more than 200 words) highlighting any previous academic or work experience with topics in sociology or related fields (e.g., anthropology, economics, history, political science) and explaining what you hope to learn from the course.
Grade mode: graded CRN: 22106
Exam: 4/30/2018 - 5/14/2018 Questions available online Name or Id: Id