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corrections week three lecture notes

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corrections week three lecture notes CRJU 3310

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Dr. Brent Teasdale
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Date Created: 02/02/16
Week Three January 25-29 Social Inequality Race and Justice?  Incarceration rates: o African American males 3098 per 100k o Hispanics males 1278 per 100k o White males 370 per 100k  African Americans = 50% of prison population, but 12% of US population  African Americans men 7 times more likely than whites to be incarcerated Race and Injustice?  1 out of 3 African American males (in their 20s) are under some form of correctional supervision  1 out of 4 African American males goes to prison in their lifetime  In Baltimore, 56% of young African Americans were under supervision  In DC, 1/2 of African American males age 18-35 were under supervision Terminology  Disparity: the inequality of treatment of one group by CJ system compared to treatment accorder other groups o Legitimate differences  Discrimination: differential treatment of groups without reference to an individual's behavior or qualifications o Illegitimate differences Disparity?  Differential criminality o The argument that African Americans commit more of the crime and therefore represent more the inmates  Reasons for Differential criminality o Propensity o Social and economic disadvantages  45% of black children in poverty (15% white, 38% Hispanic) Discrimination?  Evidence of discrimination requires that groups with same level of criminality are treated differently by CJ system  83% of convictions for selling crack cocaine were African American o Average sentence length for crack cocaine trafficking is twice that for selling powder Evidence for Discrimination Crime Race UCR NCVS (arrest) (victims) Rape African 42.8% 28.9% American 55.5% 58.5% White Robbery African 60.9% 56.4% Week Three January 25-29 American 37.7% 34.9% White Aggravated African 38.4% 30.5% assault American 59.5% 59.8% White Drugs as Example  African Americans represent  13% of monthly drug users  35% of arrests  55% of convictions  74% of prison sentences It's Not Just About Race  Its really about class o OJ Simpson  Karl Marx argued that race was a tool of the powerful to keep the lower class fighting amongst itself  …and the poor get prison


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