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Social Justice and Inequality

Justice for all is by no means simple but is essential in a free, fair, and democratic society. This notion of social justice for all must be embodied in society’s institutions if equality is to be assured. Often, people’s experiences with justice-oriented and larger societal institutions differ on account of their socio-cultural statuses. Our Criminology faculty explore people’s differing experiences with justice through such topics as the inequitable sharing of societal resources, corporate corruption, social exclusion, homelessness, racism, misogyny, LGBTQ experiences, and violence against women, immigrants, and visible minorities.

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