Course Description

This course considers the theoretical and policy issues which relate specifically to young people in conflict with the law and their intersection with legal systems in Canada. The focus of the course will be on an analysis of the historical development of a separate legal system for dealing with youthful offenders and the changes in discourses around youth crime that have been reflected in reforms to that system.


Prerequisites: CCRM 100 and CCRM 102

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