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SOC 3750 - Police in Society F,W (3-0) [0.50]

This course will examine the role of police in society. It will examine theories of policing, the history of policing and such issues as police citizen interaction, relations with visible minorities, methods for controlling police behaviour, and the effectiveness of the police in carrying out specific policy directives.

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Posted By : Anonymous
Posted On : March 21, 2011

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I found this class, under Parnaby, to be really interesting if you're willing to put the work into it. He makes it different from the same old lectures, and the same old boring readings. Parnaby is not that bad at ALL. Yes he tends to mark a little harder, but he's very accomodating with office hours and he tends to tell you straight up what his expectations are.
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Posted By : A
Posted On : March 15, 2011

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had a horrible experience taking this class with professor Patrick Parnaby. For a third year class he expected far too much and marked extremely hard. I struggled just to pass, despite reading all the assigned readings. Do not take this course if he is teaching it, it is unfair and all around more work than you should have to be doing.
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