JS 101 - Critical Issues and Ideas in Justice
Interdisciplinary, historical and comparative examination of justice concepts and controversies, including the state’s role in promoting justice and perpetuating injustice; legitimate versus illegitimate violence; human rights, stateless persons, and the international community; the relationship between social justice and criminal justice.
Course is repeatable for up to 3 units.
Prerequisite(s): Upper Division Standing; JS 10, JS 12, JS 25 or FS 11 or equivalent.
Corequisite(s): JS 100W; Justice Studies Minors, Legal Studies Minors: Any 100W.
Grading: Letter Graded
Note(s): Must achieve a grade of “C” or better to fulfill Justice Studies major requirements.
Sustainability Focused- SDG 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions
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