»Law, Justice and Social Control Minor

The minor in Law, Justice and Social Control provides students with an opportunity to examine key areas of law and social control as well as explore selected aspects of social justice. After completing three required courses to introduce them to the basis for law and social control, students are allowed to select from awide variety of courses that span the disciplines of sociology, political science, psychology, philosophy and forensics. This flexibility allows students to tailor their minor to their own unique interest in the broad area of law and social control. (See More).

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Nick Larsen, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Sociology; 1996

nlarsen@chapman.edu

(714) 744-7611

Office: RO 221

B.A., M.A., Simon Fraser University; Ph.D., University of Manitoba, Canada.

Nick Larsen (Ph.D., University of Manitoba) is an Associate Professor of Sociology.  His areas of interest include social control, deviant behavior, comparative social control, global criminology, criminal justice and law and society.  He also teaches graduate courses in the Masters program in Criminal Justice housed in University College.  Dr. Larsen's research to date has focused primarily on prostitution control, violence in prisons and comparative law and social control.  His recent publications include Global Criminology (Broadview Press, Toronto, 2008) and Law and Society (Nelson, Canada, Toronto, 2006).

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