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CRCJ 4400 [0.5 credit] Emotions, Affect, and Criminology

This course examines the role of emotions and affect in processes of norm violation, criminalization, victimization, punishment, and social control. It questions the rational/emotional binary and investigates how shame, humiliation, fear, panic, pain, pleasure, disgust, empathy and revenge inform behaviour, criminalization, victimization, adjudication, and punishment.
Prerequisite(s): CRCJ 2100, fourth-year standing, and enrollment in a B.A. or Minor in Criminology and Criminal Justice, or by permission of the Institute.
Seminar three hours per week.