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YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650

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19 Apr 2014
Also a larger question as to whether criminal sanctions effectively deter. Existing studies reveal that longer sentences do not deter offenders more th
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YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - School Shooting, Edwin Sutherland, Broken Windows Theory

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3 Feb 2014
Lecture overview: social structure theories, chicago school and social disorganization, broken windows theory, social process theories, differential as
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YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - Harm Principle, Public Good, Homicide

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3 Feb 2014
To reform practices in soceity and to advance. Knowledge from new discoveries, inventions and explorations. In 18th century of europe was a time of pea
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YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - Insider Trading, Occupy Movement, Broken Windows Theory

9 Page
3 Feb 2014
Crime is not always defined on utilitarian grounds: e. g. , victimless, consensual crimes *had difficulty expressing crime; durkheim theory on crime is
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YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - White-Collar Crime, Risk Management, Parental Investment

5 Page
3 Feb 2014
October,17,2013: recap : lombroso and the born criminal, policy implications, lombroso"s legacy: contemporary biosoical theories, biosocial theories of
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YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - Multicellular Organism, Conceptual Metaphor, Retributive Justice

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3 Feb 2014
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YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - Fallacy, Impulsivity, White-Collar Crime

11 Page
3 Feb 2014
Lecture 10 social control and social bond theories. Lecture overview: brief recap, sykes and matza: techniques of neutralization (1957, hirschi: social
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YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - Diversion Program, Ingroups And Outgroups, Victimless Crime

9 Page
3 Feb 2014
Lecture overview: brief recap, labeling theory"s starting premises: social construction and symbolic interactionism, howard becker: outsiders, testing
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YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - Prison Officer, Voir, Subgame

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3 Feb 2014
One disciplinary power emerged in the 19th century and the second interpretation is that disciplinary emerged and co-existed in sovereignt power. State
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YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - Sexology, The History Of Sexuality, Structural Marxism

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3 Feb 2014
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YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - Restorative Justice, White-Collar Crime, Structural Marxism

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3 Feb 2014
Instrumental marxism: structural marxism, criticism of the marxist approach. Marxist have a problem: this is because they target the weak and the power
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YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - Dangerous Offender, Southern Italy, Canine Tooth

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3 Feb 2014
October 10,2013: recap: beccaria"s legacy, contemporary rational choice theory; people are rational actors and they engage in crime contemporary deterr
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YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650

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19 Apr 2014
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SOSC 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8.9: Social Inequality, Nellie Mcclung, Pearson Education

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SOSC 1520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Tiger Economy, Leninism, Daniel Bell

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SOSC 2350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Karla Homolka, Paul Bernardo, Marie Henein

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SOSC 2350 Lecture 5: Assignment #3

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8 Apr 2019
Assignment #3: appendix f - homicide patterns by gender and race: a murder can differ from a killing or homicide. explain the difference between a culp
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SOSC 2350 Lecture 7: Assignment #6

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8 Apr 2019
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SOSC 2350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Natasha Falle, Neoliberalism, Falles

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8 Apr 2019
Assignment #2- part 2: short essay - why abolitionists oppose normalization. ", they are increasingly likely to get the answer: "legalize it. " This vi
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SOSC 2350 Lecture 50: Assignment #5

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8 Apr 2019
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SOSC 2350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Karla Homolka, Paul Bernardo, Nazi Concentration Camps

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8 Apr 2019
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SOSC 2350 Lecture 27: Assignment #4

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8 Apr 2019
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SOSC 2350 Lecture 50: Assignment #1

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YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - Diversion Program, Ingroups And Outgroups, Victimless Crime

9 Page
3 Feb 2014
Lecture overview: brief recap, labeling theory"s starting premises: social construction and symbolic interactionism, howard becker: outsiders, testing
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YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - Insider Trading, Occupy Movement, Broken Windows Theory

9 Page
3 Feb 2014
Crime is not always defined on utilitarian grounds: e. g. , victimless, consensual crimes *had difficulty expressing crime; durkheim theory on crime is
View Document
YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - Fallacy, Impulsivity, White-Collar Crime

11 Page
3 Feb 2014
Lecture 10 social control and social bond theories. Lecture overview: brief recap, sykes and matza: techniques of neutralization (1957, hirschi: social
View Document
YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - Sexology, The History Of Sexuality, Structural Marxism

8 Page
3 Feb 2014
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YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - Dangerous Offender, Southern Italy, Canine Tooth

5 Page
3 Feb 2014
October 10,2013: recap: beccaria"s legacy, contemporary rational choice theory; people are rational actors and they engage in crime contemporary deterr
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YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - Youth Subculture, Counterculture, Social Control

6 Page
3 Feb 2014
Lecture 12 social construction and symbolic interactionism, part ii. Lecture overview: assignments, brief recap, erving goffman and stigma *social cons
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YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - White-Collar Crime, Risk Management, Parental Investment

5 Page
3 Feb 2014
October,17,2013: recap : lombroso and the born criminal, policy implications, lombroso"s legacy: contemporary biosoical theories, biosocial theories of
View Document
YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - Prison Officer, Voir, Subgame

8 Page
3 Feb 2014
One disciplinary power emerged in the 19th century and the second interpretation is that disciplinary emerged and co-existed in sovereignt power. State
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YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - School Shooting, Edwin Sutherland, Broken Windows Theory

8 Page
3 Feb 2014
Lecture overview: social structure theories, chicago school and social disorganization, broken windows theory, social process theories, differential as
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YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - Harm Principle, Public Good, Homicide

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3 Feb 2014
To reform practices in soceity and to advance. Knowledge from new discoveries, inventions and explorations. In 18th century of europe was a time of pea
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Also a larger question as to whether criminal sanctions effectively deter. Existing studies reveal that longer sentences do not deter offenders more th
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SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - Youth Subculture, Counterculture, Social Control

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Lecture 12 social construction and symbolic interactionism, part ii. Lecture overview: assignments, brief recap, erving goffman and stigma *social cons
View Document
YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - White-Collar Crime, Risk Management, Parental Investment

5 Page
3 Feb 2014
October,17,2013: recap : lombroso and the born criminal, policy implications, lombroso"s legacy: contemporary biosoical theories, biosocial theories of
View Document
YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - Prison Officer, Voir, Subgame

8 Page
3 Feb 2014
One disciplinary power emerged in the 19th century and the second interpretation is that disciplinary emerged and co-existed in sovereignt power. State
View Document
YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - School Shooting, Edwin Sutherland, Broken Windows Theory

8 Page
3 Feb 2014
Lecture overview: social structure theories, chicago school and social disorganization, broken windows theory, social process theories, differential as
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YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650

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19 Apr 2014
Also a larger question as to whether criminal sanctions effectively deter. Existing studies reveal that longer sentences do not deter offenders more th
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YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - Harm Principle, Public Good, Homicide

5 Page
3 Feb 2014
To reform practices in soceity and to advance. Knowledge from new discoveries, inventions and explorations. In 18th century of europe was a time of pea
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YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - Fallacy, Impulsivity, White-Collar Crime

11 Page
3 Feb 2014
Lecture 10 social control and social bond theories. Lecture overview: brief recap, sykes and matza: techniques of neutralization (1957, hirschi: social
View Document
YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - Insider Trading, Occupy Movement, Broken Windows Theory

9 Page
3 Feb 2014
Crime is not always defined on utilitarian grounds: e. g. , victimless, consensual crimes *had difficulty expressing crime; durkheim theory on crime is
View Document
YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - Sexology, The History Of Sexuality, Structural Marxism

8 Page
3 Feb 2014
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YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - Dangerous Offender, Southern Italy, Canine Tooth

5 Page
3 Feb 2014
October 10,2013: recap: beccaria"s legacy, contemporary rational choice theory; people are rational actors and they engage in crime contemporary deterr
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YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - Diversion Program, Ingroups And Outgroups, Victimless Crime

9 Page
3 Feb 2014
Lecture overview: brief recap, labeling theory"s starting premises: social construction and symbolic interactionism, howard becker: outsiders, testing
View Document
YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - Restorative Justice, White-Collar Crime, Structural Marxism

9 Page
3 Feb 2014
Instrumental marxism: structural marxism, criticism of the marxist approach. Marxist have a problem: this is because they target the weak and the power
View Document
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SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - Car Tape, Rational Agent, Neighborhood Watch

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3 Feb 2014
Lecture 4 beccaaria"s legacy: contemporary deterrence theory, rational choice theory, routine activities theory and cpted. Lecture overview: beccaria"s
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YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - School Shooting, Edwin Sutherland, Broken Windows Theory

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3 Feb 2014
Lecture overview: social structure theories, chicago school and social disorganization, broken windows theory, social process theories, differential as
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