CJ 141

VICTIMS AND THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
FALL 1999 SYLLABUS
R. B. Taylor
Criminal Justice
Temple University
http://blue.temple.edu/~ralph

This syllabus, and all linked pages, unless othrewise indicated, are the sole property of Ralph B. Taylor and © 1999 by Ralph B. Taylor. All users have the right to freely access and copy these pages provided that they: acknowledge the source, do not make changes on any pages, and do not charge more than copying costs for distribution.

Class Bulletin Board
- paper 4 available; due 12/15

Time and Place: MWF 11:40 - 12:30P Anderson Classroom 28

Questions to consider for in-class writing exercise for 10/22

Questions to consider for in-class writing exercise for 12/10

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Getting Hold of the Instructor

Purpose, Goals, and Approach

Classroom Expectations

Readings (see below for questions)

Sequence of Topics, Readings, and Questions

What Your Grade is Based On

Grading Policies

Webliographies currently available
     The first webliography was created by Todd Anderson and myself. It lists a range of sources on guns, violence, and DUI. On the main page we tell you a bit about each site. The list is searchable by keywords. The second list includes student descriptions of web sites linked to guns or gun violence. Students in my CJ 160 Spring 1999 class created these entries. Each entry describes what is in the web site, evaluates it, and provides the full web address. Pages are listed alphabetically by student last name. I may refer you to specific sites listed here for the purposes of particular assignments.



Special note on coverage

Paper Assignments

Class activity results and memos, by date