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Course ID: JA  202
Effective Date: 07/02/2002
Title: Corrections in the United States - SB
Career: Undergraduate
Credit Hours: 3.00
Description: An introduction to the history, practices, and issues related to the correctional function in American criminal justice. Topics included are: history of prisons; inmate subcultures and institutions; correctional issues such as overcrowding, stress, sexual violence, and administrative problems. Both adult and juvenile corrections will be covered.


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