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CRM 515

Gendering Justice

This course draws on feminist theoretical frameworks to explore gendered experiences of Canadian law and the criminal justice system. Students will be introduced to the relationship between gender and the law through a consideration of feminist scholarship on family law, criminal law, poverty law, employment law, and more. The course will advance an intersectional approach that examines how the law structures and is structured by social contexts and socio-demographics, including race, class, and sexuality.
Weekly Contact: Lecture:3 hrs.
GPA Weight: 1.00
Course Count: 1.00
Billing Units: 1
Liberal Studies: UL

Prerequisites

None

Antirequisites

CRM 205

Co-Requisites

None

Custom Requisites

None

Mentioned in the Following Calendar Pages

*List may not include courses that are on a common table shared between programs.

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