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U OF GSOC 1500Ryan BrollFall

[SOC 1500] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 24 pages long Study Guide!

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5 Oct 2016
There are two approaches to defining crime: objectivist-legalistic approach, social reaction approach. If actions cause harm or are socially deviant, b
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U OF GSOC 1500Ryan BrollFall

[SOC 1500] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (12 pages long)

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5 Oct 2016
Different countries are different & laws change (ex. Hard labelling theorist say no actions are criminal (including murder) Social constructionism = fo
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U OF GSOC 1500Stephanie HowellsFall

SOC 1500 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Canada, Criminal Justice, Homicide

148 Page
12 Oct 2018
Why study crime and criminal justice: real effects, health, safety, sense of well being, damage to central institution, family (primary agent of social
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U OF GSOC 1500Stephanie HowellsWinter

[SOC 1500] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 17 pages long Study Guide!

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6 Feb 2017
Has real effects: health, safety, sense of well-being. Victimization has real effects (whether experienced, taught, or seen in the. Damages central ins
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U OF GSOC 1500Michelle DumasFall

[SOC 1500] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (17 pages long!)

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5 Oct 2016
Context: students were labeled and depending on how they were labeled, they would generally conform to that. How someone with authority can have an eff
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U OF GSOC 1500Stephanie HowellsFall

SOC 1500 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Canada, Criminal Justice, Homicide

148 Page
20 Nov 2018
Why study crime and criminal justice: real effects, health, safety, sense of well being, damage to central institution, family (primary agent of social
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U OF GSOC 1500Michelle DumasWinter

SOC 1500- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 51 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
Street crime(conventional: offenders anyone can commit it, those of the lower classes are more likely to be charged and convicted. More likely to be ar
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U OF GSOC 1500Stephanie HowellsFall

SOC 1500- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 24 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
Soc*1500 week 2 lecture: understanding crime & victimization. Scientific study of crime and criminal behavior. Study of social control and agencies inv
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U OF GSOC 1500Stephanie HowellsFall

SOC 1500- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 63 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
Ex: a man shoots another man in the forest. Ex: a man, while hunting deer, shoots another hunter while out in the woods. Conclusion of crime depends on
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U OF GSOC 1500Stephanie A.HowellsFall

SOC 1500- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 31 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
Policy: created out of responses to crime (ex. Laws promote good behavior, but they are only followed when they are known and enforced. You will slow d
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SOC 1100 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Pearson Education, Erving Goffman, Manifest And Latent Functions And Dysfunctions

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10 Feb 2019
Test bank for macionis/gerber, sociology, eighth canadian edition. True/false questions: according to sociologists, human behavior reflects our persona
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U OF GFall

SOC 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Luka Magnotta, Albert Bandura, Berlin Police

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21 Nov 2018
On december 23, 2014, luka magnotta was convicted of first-degree murder. Magnotta is currently serving a life sentence with no chance of parole for at
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AGR 2470 Final: AGR 2470 Final: Final Practice

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24 Jul 2020
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U OF GSummer

CHEM 1040 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ketone, Chemical Formula, Sodium Chloride

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3 Jul 2020
Consider these four titration curves when answering the questions below. The ph at the equivalence point of curve d is ______________. The ph at the eq
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U OF GSummer

CHEM 1040 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Buffer Solution, Titration Curve, Ammonia

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3 Jul 2020
Grey version: a buffer was prepared by adding 125. 0 ml of 0. 255 m lioh to 250. 0 ml of 0. 565 m hbro(aq). Write the net ionic equation for the chemic
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U OF GSummer

CHEM 1040 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Trigonal Bipyramidal Molecular Geometry, Hair Coloring, Caesium

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3 Jul 2020
Mock midterm examination, fall 2013. Instructions: this mock midterm is formatted similar to the actual midterm. There are 25 multiple- choice question
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U OF GSummer

POLS 3440 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Tom Jakobek, Mel Lastman, Chief Financial Officer

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14 Jun 2020
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U OF GSummer

POLS 3440 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Karlheinz Schreiber, Profumo Affair, Brian Mulroney

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14 Jun 2020
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POLS 3440 Quiz: POLS 3440 Quiz 4 S20

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14 Jun 2020
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POLS 3440 Quiz: QUIZ 1 POLS 3440

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14 Jun 2020
Who was the journalist who first discovered the sponsorship. Services committed in quebec in the early 1970s, according to a. Royal commission: break-i
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U OF GSOC 1500Stephanie HowellsWinter

SOC 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Tabula Rasa, Jeremy Bentham, Mind Map

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9 Feb 2017
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U OF GSOC 1500Ryan BrollWinter

SOC 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: General Social Survey, Egotism, Sociological Perspectives

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21 Apr 2017
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U OF GSOC 1500Mavis MortonFall

SOC 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Opiate, Squeegee, Labeling Theory

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10 Dec 2015
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U OF GSOC 1500Michelle DumasFall

SOC 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Statistical Inference, Statistic, Statistical Parameter

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12 Oct 2018
Introduction to inferential statistics: the logic of sampling and sampling distribution. Overview: basic logic and terminology of inferential statistic
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U OF GSOC 1500Mavis MortonFall

Theories to Explain Crime SOC*1500

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21 Nov 2011
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U OF GSOC 1500Ryan BrollFall

SOC 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Youth Criminal Justice Act, Parens Patriae, Young Offenders Act

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29 Nov 2018
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U OF GSOC 1500Andrew Hathaway

Crime and Criminal Justice review.doc

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17 Sep 2012
Criminology-scientific study of the nature, extent, cause, and control of criminal behaviour. Criminologist-someone who brings objectivity and method t
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U OF GSOC 1500Ryan BrollFall

SOC 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Times New Roman, Public Knowledge

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20 Sep 2016
Sociology: crime and criminal justice (september, 20th 2016) Due @ 7:00pm on november 15, online. Choose a crime committed in canada since january 1st,
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U OF GSOC 1500Ryan BrollFall

SOC 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Impulsivity, Bobo Doll Experiment, Symbolic Interactionism

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16 Jan 2017
Objective legalistic approach: the study of rule breakers in society. Gottfredson and hirschi: theory suggests: crime is based on a social consensus: t
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U OF GSOC 1500Alexander Shvarts

SOC 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Unique Key, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access

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11 Apr 2018
In the following project, you will create tables, queries, and forms. Visual basic, sort reports, and add conditional formatting. For the purpose of gr
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U OF GSOC 1500Ryan BrollWinter

SOC 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-9: Youth Criminal Justice Act, Moral Panic, General Social Survey

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18 Apr 2017
It is common for criminologists to disagree with one another, many opposing viewpoints exist within the discipline. Defining crime, arguably splits the
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U OF GSOC 1500Mavis MortonFall

SOC 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Folk Devil, Gangsta Rap, Moral Panic

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10 Aug 2016
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U OF GSOC 1500Andrew HathawayWinter

Chapter 1: Textbook Summary

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21 Jan 2012
Crime cuts across racial, class and gender lines. It involves acts that shock the conscience and other that seem relatively harmless. Criminal justice
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U OF GSOC 1500Stephanie HowellsFall

SOC 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Open Court Principle, United States Territorial Court, Publication Ban

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23 Nov 2017
Our experiences with the police, courts, and corrections. Intent of courts is to help people resolve disputes fairly: each province and territory has i
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U OF GSOC 1500Stephanie HowellsFall

SOC 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Prison, Sentenced, Visible Minority

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23 Nov 2017
Judges impose sentences: 90% of cases are resolved through plea bargains, median sentence length 120 days, canadians generally want harsh sentences imp
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U OF GSOC 1500Mavis MortonFall

SOC 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Dream 3, Victimology, Jock Young

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10 Aug 2016
Textbook: chapter 4 classical sociological explanations of crime page. Emile durkheim (1858-1917): origins of sociological thinking can be traced back
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U OF GSOC 1500Stephanie HowellsFall

SOC 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Traffic Collision Reconstruction, Authoritarianism, Visible Minority

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23 Nov 2017
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U OF GSOC 1500Stephanie HowellsFall

SOC 1500 Chapter 13: Chapter 13

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23 Nov 2017
Favour surveillance and control: supporters of the due process perspective. Agree with rehabilitative model: attempt to balance these two approaches. J
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U OF GSOC 1500Stephanie HowellsFall

SOC 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Youth Criminal Justice Act, The Young Offenders, Truancy

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23 Nov 2017
Chapter 7: from juvenile delinquency to youth crime: how canada has legislated and. Juvenile justice legislation in canada began in 1908 with the. The
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U OF GSOC 1500Stephanie A.HowellsFall

SOC 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Royal Irish Constabulary, North-West Mounted Police, Royal Newfoundland Constabulary

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29 Oct 2017
The struggle is real for police trying to balance enforcing the law and respecting the rights of the individuals they encounter. Mission creep: occurs
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U OF GSOC 1500Stephanie HowellsFall

SOC 1500 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Canada, Criminal Justice, Homicide

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U OF GSOC 1500Ryan BrollFall

[SOC 1500] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 37 pages long Study Guide!

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Choose a crime committed in canada since jan 1, 2011. Use library to source at least three articles from canadian newspapers (canadian news stream on l
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U OF GSOC 1500Ryan BrollFall

[SOC 1500] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (71 pages long!)

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There are two approaches to defining crime: objectivist-legalistic approach, social reaction approach. If actions cause harm or are socially deviant, b
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U OF GSOC 1500Stephanie HowellsWinter

[SOC 1500] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 17 pages long Study Guide!

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Has real effects: health, safety, sense of well-being. Victimization has real effects (whether experienced, taught, or seen in the. Damages central ins
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U OF GSOC 1500Mavis MortonFall

SOC 1500 Study Guide - Final Guide: Homicide, Racialization, Anomie

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U OF GSOC 1500Ryan BrollFall

[SOC 1500] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 24 pages long Study Guide!

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5 Oct 2016
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U OF GSOC 1500Michelle DumasFall

[SOC 1500] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (26 pages long!)

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1 Dec 2016
Mmpi: done by professionals to assist in identifying personality traits. Hathaway & mckinely: number of questions of true and false. They found that pa
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U OF GSOC 1500Stephanie HowellsFall

SOC 1500 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Malum Prohibitum, Youth Criminal Justice Act, Canadian Police Information Centre

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23 Nov 2017
Crime and law: criminal code defines acts that are considered to be crimes in canada, december 2013, supreme court of canada ruled that existing prosti
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U OF GSOC 1500Stephanie HowellsWinter

[SOC 1500] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (53 pages long)

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29 Mar 2017
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U OF GSOC 1500Stephanie HowellsWinter

SOC 1500 Midterm: SOC1500 Midterm Exam Review

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2 Mar 2017
The primary law of the land and guarantees fundamental freedoms, legal rights, and quality rights for all citizens of canada, including those accused o
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U OF GSOC 1500Stephanie HowellsWinter

SOC 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Times New Roman, Jury Trial, Public Safety Canada

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11 Feb 2020
Introduction: showells@uoguelph. ca, mackinnon 640, tuesdays 1:00 pm-2:00 pm, thursdays 4:00 pm-5:00 pm, teaching assistants, niya shrestha nshres17@uo
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U OF GSOC 1500Mavis MortonFall

SOC 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Healing Lodge, Crime Prevention, Sentenced

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5 Feb 2020
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U OF GSOC 1500Mavis MortonFall

SOC 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Police Legitimacy, Ottawa Police Service, Toronto Police Service

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5 Feb 2020
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U OF GSOC 1500Mavis MortonFall

SOC 1500 Lecture 14:

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5 Feb 2020
By concentrating on what is officially defined as illegal or criminal, a more serious threat to society is left out. This threat is caused by corporate
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U OF GSOC 1500Mavis MortonFall

SOC 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Ethnic Nationalism, Xenophobia, Anomie

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5 Feb 2020
3 examples of concerns/changes ata, 2015 to nsa, 2017: advocating/promoting terrorism, sharing information that undermines security of canada, preventa
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U OF GSOC 1500Mavis MortonFall

SOC 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Canadian Security Intelligence Service, Canadian Bar Association, Information Privacy

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5 Feb 2020
All criminal acts directed against a state and intended or calculated to create a state or terror in the minds of particular persons or a group of pers
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U OF GSOC 1500Mavis MortonFall

SOC 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Juvenile Delinquency, Juvenile Court, Due Process

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5 Feb 2020
Mediated information about crime is commonly derived from government sources such as political leaders, law enforcement officials, and other state mana
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U OF GSOC 1500Mavis MortonFall

SOC 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Indictable Offence, Juvenile Delinquency, Homicide

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5 Feb 2020
24% of homicide victims in canada were linked to organized crime or street gang. Murders connected to organized crime automatically first-degree and th
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U OF GSOC 1500Mavis MortonFall

SOC 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Structural Violence, Dating Abuse, Sexual Orientation

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5 Feb 2020
The process of being shut out, fully or partially, from any of the social, political, or cultural systems that determine the social integration of a pe
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U OF GSOC 1500Mavis MortonFall

SOC 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Left Realism, Community Policing, Single Parent

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5 Feb 2020
Regards major structural & cultural changes within society as essential to reducing all types of crime and eliminating the unequal administration of ju
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