For Immediate Release
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August 2, 1999
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Women and Crime
Exploring the victimization of women including incest, rape, battering and murder, will be part of a Women and Crime course offered through Indiana University Northwest’s department of sociology on Monday and Wednesday from 4 to 5:15 p.m. during the Fall 1999 semester.

The discussion orientated class, taught by Dr. Tanice Foltz, will be divided into three segments that include traditional and feminist theories of crime; women as perpetrators - focusing on drug abuse, prostitution and violent crime; and the examination of the “trials and tribulations” of women working within the criminal justice system.

More information on Women and Crime and registration is with Dr. Foltz at 219-980-6786. Or visit the IU Northwest website for information on additional classes offered during the fall semester.

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