Introduction to Criminal Justice | Outline

Dates Topic Monday Wednesday Thursday Video Mini Lecture  Checking In
 One: March 5-9 Jail (Corrections) Click here for reading

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Click here to view: Documenting the Near Future: Critical Thinking Propose Narrative, See Powerpoint, VLOG,Podcast
 Two: March 12-16 Corrections

Criminality labeling

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Click here to read Miller v. California

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Click here to view: 13th: Critical Analysis of film as art and politics since Mapplethorpe Adopt Narrative? Project Form: Review List of greatest hits cast
 Three: March 19-23 SentencingArrest, convict, punish, control as racist construct and social relations problem: empirical methods New Jim Crow Ch. 5 in class

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New Jim Crow Ch. 5 in class

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Click here to view The New Jim Crow-Thesis and Legal Cases 3 Page Career Paper due;

  1. Possible Career;
  2. Degree needed;
  3. Steps to take or role model.

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 Four: March 26-30 Policing, Research and Theories of Behavior Going South in class

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Going South in class

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Click here to view Ella Baker: Reading Debra Schultz, Critical Agency
 Five: April 2-6Spring Break No Class No Class No Class
 Six: April 2-6 Policing, Justice and Law Click here for reading

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Law and Class: a survey

Systems and Behavioral Study in the Law

 ADA Action Project: Know Your Rights Presentation with visuals- scene 1 of doc
 Seven: April 9-13 Policing, Justice and Law Click here for reading

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Policing Discussion

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Policing Discussion

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King’s Beloved Community, Pedagogy in Process, sncc Scene 2 of doc written with students
 Eight: April 16-20 Criminal Justice Systems and Processes Click here for reading

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Critical Participatory Action Research + Digital : 1) What is CPAR? 2) How have you learned using CPAR so far? 3) How does technology help CPAR? 4) How would you grade this type of learning? Written plan and summary meeting – coordinate team with other class – team leaders
 Nine: April 23-27 May 4 Criminal Justice Systems and Processes Click here for Video

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Refugees and Human Rights Law: Courts and Structures, Processes of Injustice (inquiry questions – surveys and multiple semester collaborations) Survey share – pairs, groups, soloScene 3 of docperceptions of rule of law
 Ten: April  30-May 3 Courts Click here for reading

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Law as a River, a look back at our own histories and narratives
 Eleven: May 07-10 Conflict Resolution Click here for reading

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Self Control and Simulating Jail
 Twelve: May 14-17  Review Click here for Video

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Reflections after viewing doc
 Thirteen: May 21 – Discussion Groups

Civic Action: screening the film

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