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CJ 335 - Digital Crime, Media, and Culture

Examination of digital communication and media in relation to crime and victimization as it intersects with the United States and international criminal justice systems. Investigation of the use of digital spaces and media in relation to cultures of privacy, fraud, trafficking, emancipation, terror, and perceptions of expanding and retracting democracy. Part of the Globalization Issue. Cross-listed with DS 335. Offered every semester. Prerequisite: Junior standing.

Credits: 3

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