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CRIM 3652 Study Guide - Final Guide: Erving Goffman, Police Corruption, Potemkin Village

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Definition of boredom: boredom is a lack of interest or engagement and sense of. Boredom can create opportunities for imagination to come alive. Since
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YORKCRIM 3652Myles WieselmanFall

CRIM 3652 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ethnography, Neoliberalism, Erving Goffman

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1 Oct 2018
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YORKCRIM 3652Richard MylesFall

CRIM 3652 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Participant Observation, Corporate Crime, Criticism Of Wikipedia

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14 Oct 2016
Ethnographies of crime and policing test #1 study sheet. The crimes of the powerful are far more costly, examples: corporate crimes cause more victims
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YORKCRIM 3652Myles WieselmanFall

CRIM 3652 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ethnography, Neoliberalism, Space Shuttle Challenger

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1 Oct 2018
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YORKCRIM 3652James SheptyckiFall

CRIM 3652 Study Guide - Final Guide: Gang Leader, Ethnography, Ethnic Group

18 Page
10 Dec 2018
Ethnographies of crime and policing crim 3652. The word ethnography is derived from the greek word ethnos meaning a nation and. Personalized research t
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YORKCRIM 3652Myles WieselmanFall

CRIM 3652 Study Guide - Final Guide: Squeegee Man, Neoliberalism, Ethnography

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1 Oct 2018
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HREQ 3010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Ethnocentrism, Stereotype, Racialization

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29 Mar
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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23 Mar
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BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Cabomba, Linear Regression

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23 Mar
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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YORKWinter

ADMS 1010 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Therefore I Am, Whole Foods Market, Invisible Hand

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23 Mar
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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YORKSpring

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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YORKSpring

MODR 1710 Study Guide - Final Guide: Perfect Competition, Arc Elasticity, Longrun

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29 Feb 2020
Principles of microeconomics: final exam, sample #2, answers. 10 diagrammatic/calculation questions of which you are expected to answer any eight (10 m
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YORKSpring

MODR 1710 Final: ECON1000-2014-Summer-MIDTERM-2C-7QUE(5P,2MC)-7SOL(5P,2MC)-wm

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YORKCRIM 3652Myles WieselmanFall

CRIM 3652 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Neoliberalism, Think Tank, Class Conflict

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17 Mar 2016
Almost automatically, if we are studying crime, we are messing around with some of the most powerful constructs the state has at its disposal . Crime i
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YORKCRIM 3652James SheptyckiFall

CRIM 3652 Lecture 2: Lecture 2

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5 Oct 2017
Things are left out to make a certain narrative. In both the perspectives of the criminal + the police. Ethnographers want to see + experience the crim
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YORKCRIM 3652Myles WieselmanFall

CRIM 3652 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Ethnography, Neoliberalism

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8 Dec 2016
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YORKCRIM 3652James SheptyckiFall

CRIM 3652 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Ethnic Nationalism, Ethnocentrism, Human Behavior

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25 Oct 2017
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YORKCRIM 3652James SheptyckiFall

CRIM 3652 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Analytic Induction, Hasty Generalization, Eric Fromm

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5 Oct 2017
Social theory and ethnographic method: connecting everyday life to social structure. Erwin goffman all of the ways human angst over self image in the p
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YORKCRIM 3652Myles WieselmanFall

CRIM 3652 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Ethnography, Racialization, Hypermasculinity

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15 Dec 2016
Explored the methodologies associated with ethnography, the ontological basis, and the need to interrogate this kind of work. Get a glimpse and snapsho
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YORKCRIM 3652Myles WieselmanFall

CRIM 3652 Lecture 13: crim 3652

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8 Dec 2016
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YORKCRIM 3652Myles WieselmanFall

CRIM 3652 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Social Disorganization Theory, Labeling Theory, Symbolic Interactionism

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17 Mar 2016
1- micro politics of research (relationship between researcher and research subject) 2- political context: influence of political ideologies, interests
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YORKCRIM 3652Myles WieselmanFall

CRIM 3652 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Xenophobia, Ethnocentrism, Muckraker

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8 Dec 2016
Academics have produced marginalizing discourse in the process of studying marginalized communities. The power of our gaze renders certain populations
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YORKCRIM 3652Myles WieselmanFall

CRIM 3652 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Corporate Crime, Commodification, Class Conflict

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17 Mar 2016
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YORKCRIM 3652Myles WieselmanFall

CRIM 3652 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Centrality, Thalassocracy, Imagined Community

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12 Nov 2018
Problems within the community policing: legitimacy, role, power, race relations, history and culture, media inflation of crime. Bailey says the role of
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YORKCRIM 3652Myles WieselmanFall

CRIM 3652 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Offender Profiling, Organisational Routines, Toronto Star

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12 Nov 2018
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CRIM 3652 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Analytic Induction, Hasty Generalization, Eric Fromm

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CRIM 3652 Study Guide - Final Guide: Squeegee Man, Neoliberalism, Ethnography

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CRIM 3652 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: William Foote Whyte, Laud Humphreys, Alice Goffman

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CRIM 3652 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Thorsten Sellin, Edwin Sutherland, Mary Douglas

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CRIM 3652 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Toronto Police Service, Barista, Differential Association

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CRIM 3652 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Mary Douglas, Emergency Department, Group Analysis

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