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CRIM 338 Lecture 6: CRIM 338 -6- 2.9.19
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CRIM 316 - Lecture 6 - Interpretivism Judicial Review Ronald Dworkin (1931-2013) Theory of law - major points Objectivity There are right answers to legal problems Principles Law is not just rules but contains principles ...

Criminology
CRIM 338
Iryna Ponomarenko
CRIM 101 Chapter 3: Crim 101 Tut 3

Measuring Crime and Victims of Crime Learning Objectives 1. Distinguish between the dark figure of crime and the dark figure of recording, and explain what each of these terms refers to 2. Distinguish between proactive and...

Criminology
CRIM 101
Barry Cartwright
CRIM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: General Strain Theory, Relative Deprivation, White-Collar Crime

Sociological Approaches Sociological approaches have been and continue to be the most prevalent and widely accepted of all criminological theories Between 60 and 75 percent of the theorizing in criminology can be attribute...

Criminology
CRIM 101
Barry Cartwright
CRIM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Social Learning Theory, General Strain Theory, Differential Association

Theories of Crime Brief Introduction Learning Objectives 1. Explain what makes a good theory, and provide some specific examples of how good theories have been proven over time 2. List the main members of the Classical Sch...

Criminology
CRIM 101
Barry Cartwright
CRIM 101 Chapter 6: CRIM 101 TUT 6

Critical Criminology and Feminist Criminology The Turbulent 1960s Critical criminology and feminist criminology both have their intellectual roots in the turbulent 1960s The 1960s was the time of the Civil Rights Movement,...

Criminology
CRIM 101
Barry Cartwright
CRIM 101 Chapter 5: CRIM 101 TUT 5

Biological Psychological Approaches Nature (genetic influence vs. Nurture (effects of social environment, good nutrition) - Is human behaviour a product of nature or nurture? - Until quite recently, theoreticians have gen...

Criminology
CRIM 101
Barry Cartwright
CRIM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Routine Activity Theory, Environmental Criminology, Human Ecology

Environmental Criminology, Routine Activity, and Situational Crime Prevention Crim Pattern Theory Associated with the thinking of Patricia and Paul Brantingham, and their 1984 book, Patterns in Crime The term the criminal ...

Criminology
CRIM 101
Barry Cartwright
CRIM 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Sex Offender, Peer Group, Homicide

VIOLENT CRIMEAND SEXUALOFFENDING Multi-Causal Explanations No single factor causes violence; rather, there are multiple factors that converge andor interact: Biological and psychological factors (e.g., intelligence, hormon...

Criminology
CRIM 101
Barry Cartwright
CRIM 101 Lecture 33: Criminology 101-lecture 4 outline

THEORIES OF CRIME Why We Need Theory We have all heard expressions such as However, all of the chapters in the textbook Without a theoretical foundation It Sounds Good In Theory Theories seen as fanciful ideas Armchair spe...

Criminology
CRIM 101
Barry Cartwright
CRIM 101 Lecture 9: Criminology 101-lecture 9

Sociological Approaches Sociological approaches have beencontinue to be the most prevalent and widely accepted of all criminological theories Between 60-75 of theorizing about crime and delinquency can be attributed to the...

Criminology
CRIM 101
Barry Cartwright
CRIM 101 Lecture 4: Criminology 101-lecture 4

THEORIES OF CRIME Why We Need Theory We have all heard expressions such as theoretically speaking or it sounds good in theory implying that theory doesnt necessarily work in practice However, all of the chapters in the tex...

Criminology
CRIM 101
Barry Cartwright
CRIM 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Social Control Theory, Anomie, Thomas Theorem

Sociological Approaches Sociological approaches have beencontinue to be Between 60-75 of theorizing about crime and delinquency Even the majority of prominent thinkers Sociology Criminology The relationship between sociol...

Criminology
CRIM 101
Barry Cartwright

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