New Jim Crow

1) Law as Social Control & Mass Incarceration: Students are required to define social
control, explain how laws function as social control, and discuss how the book explains
Mass incarceration as a new form of Jim Crow laws. (10pts)
2) Contemporary use of Law as Social Control: Students are required to discuss 3 different
laws or aspects of law that are described in the book. In doing so, students are required to
explain how these laws influence control and punishment of certain groups in society.
Students should also discuss how each law or aspect of law is related to mass
incarceration. (15 pts)
3) Reflection: Students should reflect on contemporary trends in social control by discussing
the impact that laws discussed in the book have on different groups and their
repercussions on individuals, communities, and society as a whole. (10 pts)

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