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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherSummer

CRM2306- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 88 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
Introduction: one of the things foucault says in the article is: prisons are not inert (definition: non-reactive) institutions they(cid:859)(cid:396)e
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherFall

CRM2306- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 91 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
Prison as self-evident: egalitarian punishment deprivation of liberty. Taking time away from someone is taking away their freedom. Value time and freed
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherFall

CRM2306- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 91 pages long!)

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5 Oct 2017
Prison as self-evident: egalitarian punishment deprivation of liberty. Taking time away from someone is taking away their freedom. Value time and freed
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherFall

[CRM2306] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 42 pages long Study Guide!

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7 Feb 2017
The cascading effect moving down the security levels. Average ,000 to keep one man in a medium security prison. Average ,000 to keep one woman in a med
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherSummer

CRM2306- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 88 pages long!)

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5 Oct 2017
Introduction: one of the things foucault says in the article is: prisons are not inert (definition: non-reactive) institutions they(cid:859)(cid:396)e
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UOTTAWACRM 2306AllSpring

Course Notes (got 93%)

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11 Nov 2014
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Michel DoironFall

CRM 2306 Study Guide - Final Guide: Tuberculosis, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

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2 Mar 2015
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CRM 2306 Study Guide - Final Guide: Aburi, Kingston Penitentiary, Nepotism

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CRM 1300 Final: 9780176796068_Ch01_Linden_Criminology_9e_Answers-to-Critical-Thinking-Questions

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23 Apr 2020
Chapter 1: 11, because of the contagion of mass shootings, many of which are school shootings, some have suggested that the media change the way they r
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CRM 1300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Crown Attorney

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9 Apr 2019
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CRM 1300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Youth Criminal Justice Act

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9 Apr 2019
Parliament has sole right to creating criminal laws. Ontario has high property crime rates, quebec has less, therefore provinces should be allowed to m
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CRM 1300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Domestic Violence

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9 Apr 2019
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UOTTAWAWinter

MAT 1348 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Contraposition, Rational Number

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17 May
De nition: an integer n is called odd if n = 2k + 1 for some integer k, and is called even if n = 2m for some integer m. Theorem: if n is an odd intege
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UOTTAWAWinter

MAT 1348 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Bijection, Surjective Function, Idempotence

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17 May
Let us prove rigorously that identity (17) is indeed correct. Example: a b = a b. To prove equality we need to prove: (i) a b a b, and (ii) a b a b (i)
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UOTTAWAWinter

MAT 1348 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Propositional Calculus, Automated Reasoning, Propositional Variable

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16 May
We need to understand the rules of logic in order to understand and evaluate mathematical statements. These rules form the basis of automated reasoning
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UOTTAWAWinter

MAT 1348 Lecture 22: Lectures from 22 to 24

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17 May
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UOTTAWAWinter

MAT 1348 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Contraposition, Idempotence, Discrete Mathematics

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17 May
Contingency if it can be true or false depending on the truth value assignment of the propositions that make up the compound proposi- tion. Example: th
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UOTTAWAWinter

MAT 1348 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Postal Codes In Canada, English Alphabet, Product Rule

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17 May
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Michel DoironFall

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Restorative Justice, Bloody Code, Teaching Assistant

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25 Feb 2015
Office hours: wednesday 10:00 to 11:00 or by appointment. Office hours: friday from 13:20 to 14:20 or by appointment. The number or proportion of offen
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherFall

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Hegemonic Masculinity, Prison School, Total Institution

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25 Jan 2017
The cascading effect moving down the security levels. Average ,000 to keep one man in a medium security prison. Average ,000 to keep one woman in a med
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherWinter

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Solitary Confinement, Medical Model, Panopticon

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18 May 2016
Imprisonment as punishment (the prison in contemporary society) Prison reform has always existed along side prisons as institutions. Prison themselves
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherWinter

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Managerialism, Pillory, Solitary Confinement

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8 Feb 2016
Prison reform has always existed beside prisons as institutions. Prison reform occurs consort/tandem with the very functioning of the prison itself. Pr
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UOTTAWACRM 2306James FenwickFall

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Youth Criminal Justice Act, Gang, Young Offenders Act

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3 Feb 2016
Chapter 4 the role of the media. Any form of communication that targets a mass audience in print or electronic format. Stigmatized other: presented as
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Justin PicheWinter

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Solitary Confinement, Auburn System, Distribution Of Wealth

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23 Nov 2013
Lecture 2: the birth of modern prison and the role of state punishment. George rusche was first to try and place crime in a social context. In his work
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherWinter

The Emergence of Modern Prison Kate Fletcher's first lecture of Winter Semester 2011 titled "The Emergence of Modern Prison"

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16 Oct 2011
Catholic church developed prisons ppl would go to prison cuz they. Idea that god could only take someone"s life so they needed to be put away. Can feel
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherWinter

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Argot, Indep, Jargon

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16 Oct 2011
The norms values, belief system that facilitate the operation of the prison. Standards we feel ppl should be abiding by. How we feel the institution sh
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherFall

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Self-Harm, Substance Abuse, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

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4 Oct 2017
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherSummer

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Erving Goffman, Total Institution, Rite Of Passage

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8 Sep 2017
In a sense of transforming individuals: people end up being able to relate to prisons and prisoners because of our relationship to total institutions.
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Michel DoironFall

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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherFall

CRM2306- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 91 pages long!)

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Prison as self-evident: egalitarian punishment deprivation of liberty. Taking time away from someone is taking away their freedom. Value time and freed
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CRM2306- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 88 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
Introduction: one of the things foucault says in the article is: prisons are not inert (definition: non-reactive) institutions they(cid:859)(cid:396)e
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherFall

CRM2306- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 91 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
Prison as self-evident: egalitarian punishment deprivation of liberty. Taking time away from someone is taking away their freedom. Value time and freed
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UOTTAWACRM 2306AllSpring

Course Notes (got 93%)

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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherFall

[CRM2306] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 42 pages long Study Guide!

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7 Feb 2017
The cascading effect moving down the security levels. Average ,000 to keep one man in a medium security prison. Average ,000 to keep one woman in a med
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherFall

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Hegemonic Masculinity, Prison School, Total Institution

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25 Jan 2017
The cascading effect moving down the security levels. Average ,000 to keep one man in a medium security prison. Average ,000 to keep one woman in a med
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherWinter

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Solitary Confinement, Medical Model, Panopticon

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18 May 2016
Imprisonment as punishment (the prison in contemporary society) Prison reform has always existed along side prisons as institutions. Prison themselves
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherWinter

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Managerialism, Pillory, Solitary Confinement

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8 Feb 2016
Prison reform has always existed beside prisons as institutions. Prison reform occurs consort/tandem with the very functioning of the prison itself. Pr
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UOTTAWACRM 2306James FenwickFall

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Youth Criminal Justice Act, Gang, Young Offenders Act

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3 Feb 2016
Chapter 4 the role of the media. Any form of communication that targets a mass audience in print or electronic format. Stigmatized other: presented as
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherFall

CRM2306- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 91 pages long!)

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Prison as self-evident: egalitarian punishment deprivation of liberty. Taking time away from someone is taking away their freedom. Value time and freed
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherSummer

CRM2306- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 88 pages long!)

88 Page
30 Nov 2017
Introduction: one of the things foucault says in the article is: prisons are not inert (definition: non-reactive) institutions they(cid:859)(cid:396)e
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherFall

CRM2306- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 91 pages long!)

91 Page
5 Oct 2017
Prison as self-evident: egalitarian punishment deprivation of liberty. Taking time away from someone is taking away their freedom. Value time and freed
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherSummer

CRM2306- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 88 pages long!)

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5 Oct 2017
Introduction: one of the things foucault says in the article is: prisons are not inert (definition: non-reactive) institutions they(cid:859)(cid:396)e
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherFall

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Self-Harm, Substance Abuse, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

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CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Sentenced, Sentience, Social Justice

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CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Service Canada, Department Of Justice And Correctional Services, Community Integration

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CRM2306 Lecture 14: SEPTEMBER 13

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CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Ascribed Status, Impression Management, Erving Goffman

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4 Oct 2017
If someone falls under these 3 categories, they are a stigmatized individual and end up being cast into roles in social interactions that make it extre
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherFall

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Hypermasculinity, Heterosexuality

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