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SOC 3490 - Law and Society S,W (3-0) [0.50]

This course examines the social basis of law. Specific topics include the law as an instrument of stability or change, and the role of law makers, law enforcers and interpreters, including the legal profession, the police, judges and courts. (Also offered through Distance Education format.)


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Posted By : Anonymous
Posted On : May 23, 2011

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Make sure you do this class with a friend or a group of people. Online midterms and online final require highly specific information that can really only be located if you work as a group. Topics are interesting, especially wrongful conviction. This class overlaps a lot with Law, Politics and Judicial Process so taking them at the same time is a good idea. Discussions are marked quite hard so make sure to go above and beyond expectations.
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Posted By : Anonymous
Posted On : November 30, -0001

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I had this as a Summer DE. The prof was MIA the entire course but we had a TA to ask questions to. The discussion questions forced you to apply what you read about in the weekly readings so make sure you do the reading and understand it! I do not recommend skipping any of the discussions either since they will add up in the end. Make sure you understand the material and you will do fine. The TA was extremely helpful.
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