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CRM 206

Race, Ethnicity and Justice

This course explores the connections between racialization and criminalization. Students are introduced to critical anti-racist and anti-colonialist perspectives on the role of race/ethnicity - and its intersection with gender, sexuality, class and age - in shaping social, political and legal ways of understanding 'crime' and 'justice'. We consider a range of avenues through which people and spaces are racialized and linked to crime as well as the possibility of using the law to obtain social justice.
Weekly Contact: Lecture:3 hrs.
GPA Weight: 1.00
Course Count: 1.00
Billing Units: 1

Prerequisites

CRM 100

Antirequisites

None

Co-Requisites

None

Custom Requisites

None

Criminology

  • CRM 100
    Introduction to Canadian Criminal Justice
  • CRM 101
    Understanding Crime in Canadian Society
  • CRM 102
    Introduction to Criminology
  • CRM 200
    Criminal Law
  • CRM 201
    Making Public Order in Canada
  • CRM 202
    Victims and the Criminal Process
  • CRM 204
    Criminal Justice Research and Statistics
  • CRM 205
    Gender, Sexuality and the Law
  • CRM 206
    Race, Ethnicity and Justice
  • CRM 300
    Policing in Canada
  • CRM 302
    Criminological Theories
  • CRM 303
    Immigration and Refugee Protection in CJS
  • CRM 304
    Youth Justice in Canada
  • CRM 306
    Corrections in Canada
  • CRM 308
    Criminal Courts in Canada
  • CRM 310
    Advanced Qualitative Research Methods
  • CRM 311
    Regulating Public Space
  • CRM 312
    Representing Crime
  • CRM 314
    Criminal Justice and the Charter
  • CRM 315
    Advanced Quantitative Research Methods
  • CRM 316
    International Perspectives
  • CRM 317
    Special Topics in Criminology/Law
  • CRM 318
    Violence and Communities
  • CRM 322
    Ethics in Criminal Justice
  • CRM 324
    Security Threats
  • CRM 350
    Cyber Criminology
  • CRM 400
    Indigenous Governance/Justice
  • CRM 402
    Criminal Justice and Social Inequality
  • CRM 404
    Debates In Justice Policy
  • CRM 406
    Seminar in Criminal Justice
  • CRM 515
    Gendering Justice
  • CRM 601
    Violence in Society