90:376 Theories of Deviant Behaviour [Grills]

Prerequisite: 90/56:257 or 90:283.

This course examines modern theories of deviant behaviour, focusing on theories that remain currently vibrant and vital within the discipline. While remaining attentive to antecedent perspectives, this course will address symbolic interactionism, phenomenology, control theory, radical criminology, and feminist criminology. This course will be simultaneously offered with 90:476.
Credit cannot be held for both this course and 90:476.

3 lecture hours per week, one term.

Instructor: Scott Grills