Incorporating Race and Crime in Criminal Justice/Criminology

Delores Jones-Brown, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Gennifer Furst, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Nickie D. Phillips, City University of New York

ABSTRACT
This study examines course offerings in race and crime among North America's 25 doctoral-level programs in Criminal Justice/Criminology. Each program was surveyed regarding their course offerings and program requirements in race and crime. As has been found with undergraduate textbooks and curriculum, our results indicate a general neglect of race and crime. Various pedagogical approaches for incorporating race and crime in doctoral program curriculum will be discussed.

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