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Political Science, Law & Criminal Justice

American Foreign Policy (POL S 321)

Investigate concepts such as the constitutional framework, major factors in formulation and execution of policy, policies modified by recent developments, and the principal policymakers: the president, Congress, political parties, pressure groups and public opinion.

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The Criminalization of Immigration (TSOCWF/T CRIM 363)

Examine the criminalization of immigration in the United States and globally, and the ways in which social institutions have implemented immigration policies. Analyze the unintended consequences of criminalizing policies and practices. Explore psychosocial effects on the lives of diverse immigrants, their families and ethnic minority communities.

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The Politics and Law of International Human Rights (T LAW 424)

Study the international human rights movement in its legal and political context, with a focus on institutions which influence, enable and constrain the international promotion of human rights.

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