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Violence in Society, CJ448
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Kelso, Chandrika. 2010. “Violence in Society, CJ448”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


Violence in Society examines the methods, patterns, and meanings of individual and collective violence. Special attention is devoted to the allied disciplines of criminology, aggression, gangs, terrorists, and the assaultive individual. This course examines the causes of violence, attitudes towards violence, and methods for controlling violence.

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Subject Area(s):
Deviant Behavior/Social Disorganization
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College 400

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