CRJ 650 - Justice in Modern Cinema

Examines the depiction of crime in film from philosophical and motivational perspectives. This course explores the complexities and causal factors that contribute to the commitment of criminal acts as seen through the eyes of filmmakers. The course will examine the depiction of multiple types of crime, including but not limited to: organized crime, war crimes, hate crimes, as well as the concept of victimology.

Credit hours: 3.0

Last updated: 02/17/2020