Oh, like sociology. The study of social behavior. Psychology, for psychological behavior, so then criminology for criminals. Makes sense. We did study a bit about criminals in my sociology class back in 2008, and how they developed these behaviors. It was actually a very interesting class.
On 12/16/2014 6:58 AM, Josh wrote:
I would say. In actuality I was supposed to take Criminal Justice after taking Criminology so I am taking them backwards. However, I had always thought Criminology was the study of criminals. In essence it is, but according to my Criminal Justice Prof. Criminology is the study of criminal behavior.*From:*audio-pals-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:audio-pals-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] *On Behalf Of *Thomas McMahan*Sent:* Monday, December 15, 2014 7:33 PM *To:* audio-pals@xxxxxxxxxxxxx *Subject:* [audio-pals] Re: Grades for the Semester Doesn’t criminology cover all of those others? *lol*. On Dec 15, 2014, at 1:01 PM, Josh <lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote: Well, the grades are not on official transcript yet, but I can report that I have an A in Marriage and Family roles and intimate relationships, an A in Family Stress, an A in Criminal Justice, an an A- in The Modern World System. This means that all of my requirements are done, now I only have electives left in order to graduate. Perhaps I will take Badminton **LOL**. No, just kidding, I already have all my class chosen for next semester. My classes next semester are as follows: Diversity Among Families, Human Sexuality, Human Development, and Criminology.