SOC 250: Juvenile Delinquency
The growing-up process of late childhood and adolescence from a sociological and cultural viewpoint is a focus of this class. Problems of the individual in his/her social environment, group forces which lead to maladjustment and sociological principles for working with youth from the viewpoint of parent, teacher, police and youth organization leader are analyzed.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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