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PAA 622 - Multi-Dis Approach To Violence
Course Description: This course presents an overview of human acts of violence and current perspectives on their causes. This course focuses on family violence and child abuse. Current research on aspects of family violence will be presented, including legal and historical perspectives. The emergence of a non-ethnocentric, non-criminal justive preventative response to and perspectives on violence such as the Center for Disease Control view that family violence is a preventable injury is discussed. The role community policing as a means of addressing family violence is included.

3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Levels: Graduate
Schedule Types: Lecture, Tutorial

Public Administration Department

Course Attributes:
Graduate Dyson

Prerequisites:
Graduate level PAA 621 Minimum Grade of B