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YORKCRIM 1650James WilliamsFall

CRIM 1650 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Criminal Justice, Canada, Criminal Law

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YORKCRIM 1650James KilgorFall

CRIM 1650- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 64 pages long!)

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YORKCRIM 1650Danny O' Rourke- DicarloFall

CRIM 1650 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: Social Disorganization Theory, Earnest Hooton, White-Collar Crime

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In the absence of law there is no crime. Law provides us with security: it allows us to keep our promises to one another, the presence of a neutral, 3r
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YORKCRIM 1650James WilliamsWinter

[CRIM 1650] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 84 pages long Study Guide!

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YORKCRIM 1650James KilgorFall

CRIM 1650- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 58 pages long!)

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They are based on leisure more often on work or family: 2. Lower class gang subcultures: walter miller argues juvenile gangs are a by product of the lo
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YORKCRIM 1650James WilliamsFall

CRIM 1650 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Criminal Justice, Canada, Criminal Law

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YORKCRIM 1650James WilliamsFall

[CRIM 1650] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (21 pages long!)

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Lecture 7: sociological theories ii: structural and conflict. Goals that emerge within our culture which are reinforced by media such as the newspapers
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YORKCRIM 1650Danny O' RourkeFall

CRIM 1650 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Treatment As Prevention, Scientific Method, Positivism

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5 Jan 2016
All people are motivated by pain and pleasure. Crime must be considered an injury to society. Punishment is justified only on the grounds that it preve
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YORKCRIM 1650James WilliamsFall

CRIM 1650 Quiz: Definitions.docx

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8 Oct 2014
Legal: crime is an act or failure to act which violates the criminal law. Consensus: a crime is a violation of publicly held standards of morality. Con
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YORKCRIM 1650James WilliamsFall

CRIM 1650 Quiz: Strain theory.docx

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8 Oct 2014
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KINE 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Bethune College, Iroquois, Physical Culture

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York university recognizes that many indigenous nations have longstanding relationships with the territories upon which our campuses are located that p
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KINE 2050 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Pencil, Scantron Corporation, Frequency Distribution

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Kine 2050 3. 0 analysis of data in kinesiology 1. This exam is worth 20% of the total course mark and you have 45 minutes to complete it. There are 25
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HREQ 3010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Ethnocentrism, Stereotype, Racialization

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We will start with a short kahoot game to test the basic knowledge of the trainees: evaluation of other cultures according to preconceptions originatin
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ECON 1010 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: The Foreign Exchange, Aggregate Demand

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BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Cabomba, Linear Regression

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Table 1: cumulative oxygen gas produced by cabomba every 2 minutes (0. 03 hours), under red light in a monometer. Time (hours) exp tube 1 trial 1 exp t
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ADMS 1010 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Therefore I Am, Whole Foods Market, Invisible Hand

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23 Mar 2020
Assumptions are basically things that are believed but not said or written down in proof. There are few underlying assumptions that are presented in pe
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HUMA 1105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 48: Western Gorilla, Western Lowland Gorilla

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2 Mar 2020
Scan sampling (also known as instantaneous, or interval sampling) The table below shows the types of behaviour displayed by western lowland gorillas in
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HUMA 1105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 41: Mandarin Duck, Pied Imperial Pigeon

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2 Mar 2020
Mandarin duck y c n e u q e r f e v i t a l e r e h. The graph above indicates observed behaviors of pied imperial pigeons and. A total of11 behaviorsw
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YORKSpring

MODR 1710 Study Guide - Final Guide: Perfect Competition, Fixed Cost, Economic Equilibrium

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29 Feb 2020
Part i - problem format - is worth 40 marks (40 of the total mark of 50) Part ii - multiple choice- is worth 10 marks (10 of the total mark of 50) This
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MODR 1710 Study Guide - Final Guide: Indifference Curve, Ecotax, Economic Equilibrium

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29 Feb 2020
This examination consists of two parts for a total of 100 marks. 4 analytic/graphical questions for a total of 40% 5 multiple choice questions not be d
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YORKCRIM 1650James W WilliamsWinter

CRIM 1650 Lecture 4: Theories of Crime and Criminal Behavior

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30 Jan 2019
The older one is the lower the risk of getting victimization in crime. Marital status: highest for single people as well as those separated or divorced
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YORKCRIM 1650James W WilliamsWinter

CRIM 1650 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Scientific Method, Determinism, Psychopathy

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23 Jan 2019
Theories of crime and criminal behavior: an introduction. Individual theories: biological and psychological theories, rational choice theories, histori
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YORKCRIM 1650James W WilliamsWinter

CRIM 1650 Lecture 2: Measurement of Crime

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16 Jan 2019
Because there are so many crime tv shows people develop common sense criminology. This gives a very skewed representation of what. It focuses on types
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YORKCRIM 1650James W WilliamsWinter

CRIM 1650 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Actus Reus, Dependent And Independent Variables, Homicide

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9 Jan 2019
Also, a mens rea which must be accompanied by a certain state of mind (can be subjective or objective) Example 1: nivea cream was sued for 300,000 for
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YORKCRIM 1650James WilliamsWinter

CRIM 1650 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: White-Collar Crime, Social Inequality, Recreational Drug Use

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9 Feb 2017
Morality and crime: exploring crime on the margins , examining the links between morality and crime, criminalizing drug use: objective harm versus soci
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YORKCRIM 1650James W WilliamsWinter

CRIM 1650 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Actus Reus, Dependent And Independent Variables, Homicide

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9 Jan 2019
Also, a mens rea which must be accompanied by a certain state of mind (can be subjective or objective) Example 1: nivea cream was sued for 300,000 for
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YORKCRIM 1650James W WilliamsWinter

CRIM 1650 Lecture 2: Measurement of Crime

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16 Jan 2019
Because there are so many crime tv shows people develop common sense criminology. This gives a very skewed representation of what. It focuses on types
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YORKCRIM 1650James WilliamsWinter

CRIM 1650 Lecture 16: Criminology - Lecture #16

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17 Feb 2017
Normalization of deviance - distinct process of ampli cation: de nitions of terms: white-collar versus corporate crime, barriers to de nition and measu
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YORKCRIM 1650James W WilliamsWinter

CRIM 1650 Lecture 4: Theories of Crime and Criminal Behavior

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30 Jan 2019
The older one is the lower the risk of getting victimization in crime. Marital status: highest for single people as well as those separated or divorced
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YORKCRIM 1650James WilliamsFall

CRIM 1650 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: White-Collar Crime, Corporate Crime, Environment And Climate Change Canada

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1 May 2018
Corporate and white-collar crime (cid:862)nor(cid:373)alizatio(cid:374) of de(cid:448)ia(cid:374)(cid:272)e(cid:863): (cid:862)cri(cid:373)e(cid:863),
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YORKCRIM 1650Danny O' Rourke- DicarloFall

CRIM 1650 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Liberal Democracy, Herman Melville, Black Market

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1 Dec 2015
Criminology society york university facebook page for study groups and important events. Intro discussion (not testable material but essential to the c
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YORKCRIM 1650James WilliamsWinter

CRIM 1650 Lecture Notes - Social Inequality, Dont

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13 Feb 2013
Morality and crime: exploring crime on the margins , examining the links between morality and crime, criminalizing drug use: objective harm versus soci
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YORKCRIM 1650James W WilliamsWinter

CRIM 1650 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Scientific Method, Determinism, Psychopathy

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23 Jan 2019
Theories of crime and criminal behavior: an introduction. Individual theories: biological and psychological theories, rational choice theories, histori
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CRIM 1650 Lecture 2: Criminology 1650 Lecture #2

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YORKCRIM 1650James WilliamsFall

CRIM 1650 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Uniform Crime Reports, Data Element

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12 Dec 2016
Most commonly used measure of crime: the uniform crime report system (ucr) Most police departments send data from each incident to the ccjs. Canadian c
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YORKCRIM 1650James WilliamsFall

CRIM 1650 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Animal Rights Movement, Conflict Theories

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12 Dec 2016
Criminology: body of knowledge regarding crime as a social phenomenon. Includes processes of making laws, of breaking laws, and of reacting to breaking
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YORKCRIM 1650James WilliamsFall

CRIM 1650 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2,3: Mental Disorder, Mens Rea, Inchoate Offense

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12 Dec 2016
2: social context of dispute settlement + rise of law. Advisor system: extension of the self or kinhsip based system of dispute settlement. In small sc
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YORKCRIM 1650James WilliamsFall

CRIM 1650 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Learned Helplessness, Edwin Sutherland, Psychopharmacology

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12 Dec 2016
Correlates of crime are variables connected with crime. Criminal activity intensifies in adolescence + young adulthood and declines after. Most crimes
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YORKCRIM 1650Claudio ColaguoriFall

CRIM 1650 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2-6: Racial Profiling, Social Disorganization Theory, Peer Pressure

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11 Jun 2015
Criminology key terms lec (1 was intro) 2-6: Criminology: the study of crime and criminal behav. Which are defined by reference to criminal law. Devian
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YORKCRIM 1650Claudio ColaguoriFall

CRIM 1650 Chapter Notes - Chapter 23: Guy Paul Morin

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30 Nov 2017
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YORKCRIM 1650James WilliamsFall

CRIM 1650 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-3: Animal Rights Movement, Common Law Offence, Regulatory Offence

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14 Aug 2017
Criminology: body of knowledge regarding crime as a social phenomenon. Includes processes of making laws, of breaking laws, and of reacting to breaking
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YORKCRIM 1650Dr. James W. WilliamsFall

CRIM 1650 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Homicide, Group Conflict, Class Conflict

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12 Oct 2018
Criminology: the body of knowledge regarding crime as a social phenomenon. It includes the processes of making laws, breaking laws, and reacting to the
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YORKCRIM 1650Claudio ColaguoriFall

CRIM 1650 Chapter Notes - Chapter 22: Actus Reus, Mens Rea, Fundamental Justice

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30 Nov 2017
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YORKCRIM 1650James WilliamsWinter

CRIM 1650 Chapter Notes -Anomie, Racial Profiling, Carjacking

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21 Jan 2013
Racialization of crime: the process through which crime is constructed or defined in explicitly racial terms. Symbolic racism is involved in process if
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CRIM 1650 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Criminal Justice, Canada, Criminal Law

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