CRI380H1: Crime, Gender and Sex


Theory, research and policy related to the ways in which gender shapes criminal behaviour, the administration of criminal justice, and the criminal law. How notions of different types of masculinity and femininity are embedded in and influence both the operation of the criminal justice system as well as criminal behaviours. The regulation of gender and sexuality through the criminal law and through crime.

( CRI205H1 and CRI210H1) or (70% in SOC212H1 and enrolment in Sociology program)
Social Science
Society and its Institutions (3)