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leidy bueno
About Me
My name is Leidy Bueno, and I’m 23 years old, I’m originally from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic; I am a Criminal Justice major. I love art and craft, photography, I’m trilingual and I love animals.
Department
Social Sciences, Human Services and Criminal Justice
Academic Program
Criminal Justice, A.A.

Courses

CRJ 204 – Criminal Justice and the Urban Environment. Prof. Leyro

CRJ 204 – Criminal Justice and the Urban Environment. Prof. Leyro

This course takes a critical approach to the study of crime and justice in urban settings. Course materials examine contemporary crime-related issues that affect urban communities within a historical and sociological context. The course highlights the intersections of deviant behavior and the criminal justice system within the structures of class, race, gender, and power inequalities. Topics explored may include racial profiling, juvenile delinquency, media representations of crime, policing, the war on drugs, and prisoner re-entry. At BMCC, students must have completed both the CRJ 101: Introduction to Criminal Justice course, as well as CRJ 102: Criminology as pre-requisites to enroll in CRJ 204.

CRJ 202-0500 | Corrections | Satenik Margaryan |Spring 2021

CRJ 202-0500 | Corrections | Satenik Margaryan |Spring 2021

This course examines the history of criminal punishment in Western society, emphasizing the United States. The course highlights social forces (political, religious, economic, and technological) shaping punishment; reviews common theories (deterrence, retribution, rehabilitation, incapacitation, and restoration) and examines how theory relates to policy. The course takes a critical approach to correctional systems and policies by considering disparities and structural inequalities. Empirical evidence is used to examine contemporary crises of punishment (i.e., mass incarceration, school-to-prison pipeline) as well as prison culture, staffing, privatization, and prisoner civil rights. Alternatives to traditional punishment, especially restorative justice models, are explored.

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