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RUTGERS01:920:222Professor CovingtonSpring

01:920:222- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 56 pages long!)

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Lecture #3 1/26 (cont. : police alter crime rates for their own benefit. Report more crimes to justify more funding. When one is the victim of a street
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01:920:222 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Uniform Crime Reports, Subculture, Rape

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Lower class are most likely (no money, culture) Blacks are more likely to be lower class. Consensual crimes (illegal drug use out of free will) Both pa
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RUTGERS01:920:222CovingtonSpring

01:920:222 Study Guide - Spring 2019, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Uniform Crime Reports, Truancy, Treason

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Transactional crimes - crimes where no one sees themself as the victim. People who are morally opposed to a certain thing have the power to lobby again
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RUTGERS01:920:222CovingtonFall

01:920:222 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Uniform Crime Reports, High Crime, Rapping

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01:920:222 Study Guide - Labeling Theory, Homicide, Deterrence Theory

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01:920:222 Study Guide - Drap, Anyer, Soltyrei

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01:160:307 Midterm: Homework 1

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01:198:111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Insertion Sort, Selection Sort, Substring

List the resulting array after each iteration of the selection sort algorithm. Sort the following array of letters (sort into. Original: [c q s a x b t
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RUTGERS01:160:171M.VitarelliFall

01:160:171 Lecture 3: Density of Water

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In this rst experiment, we calculate the density of water experimentally, using a beaker, buret, and an analytical balance. Density density is recorded
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01:198:170 Lecture 3: Examples of Numeric Conversions

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01:146:328 Study Guide - Final Guide: Variant Surface Glycoprotein, Giardia Lamblia, Entamoeba

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RUTGERS01:920:222CovingtonSpring

01:920:222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Hot Pursuit, Exclusionary Rule, Arrest Warrant

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*media portrays that crime is on the rise, but crime has been the lowest of all time. *sworn law enforcement are the only people held accountable for t
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RUTGERS01:920:222CovingtonFall

01:920:222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Reaction Formation

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The concept of culture: culture is a concept associated with anthropology, when anthropologists study other cultures, they first try to identify the va
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01:920:222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Social Conflict Theory

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01:920:222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Deterrence Theory, Determinism

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01:920:222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Low Birth Weight, Birth Weight, Prenatal Care

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01:920:222 Lecture 28: Labeling Theory

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01:920:222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Shoplifting, Larceny, Truancy

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Problems with self-report data: underreporting, overreporting, respondents (cid:523)r"s(cid:524) forget/recall problems (cid:523)ex. Ucr: crime increas
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RUTGERS01:920:222CovingtonFall

01:920:222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Uniform Crime Reports, Voluntary Manslaughter, Motor Vehicle Theft

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01:920:222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Noxious Stimulus

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In tests of strain theory, strain is measured as: high aspirations/low expectations, for e. g. , someone who has. Low educ/occup expectations ------> j
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RUTGERS01:920:222BatemanSpring

01:920:222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Social Class

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RUTGERS01:920:222CovingtonSpring

01:920:222 Chapter White Collar Crimes:

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White collar crime is widespread throughout america, especially corporate crime. Occupational crime - committed by people during their work for persona
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RUTGERS01:920:222CovingtonSpring

01:920:222 Chapter Notes - Chapter Political crime: Political Repression, Political Crime, Corporate Crime

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Political crime - any illegal or socially harmful act aimed at preserving or changing the existing political and social order. Crime by government (aka
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RUTGERS01:920:222CovingtonSpring

01:920:222 Chapter Notes - Chapter Measuring Criminal Behavior: National Incident Based Reporting System, National Crime Victimization Survey, Uniform Crime Reports

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Uniform crime reports is a primary source of us crime data. Mostly on part 1 offenses which are considered to be super serious. Crime is considered cle
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RUTGERS01:920:222CovingtonSpring

01:920:222 Chapter Thrasher: reading article

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Not all gangs operate in the same manner. Youthful gang violence is out of control and attracts the most attention. 3 types of gang domains in chicago:
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RUTGERS01:920:222CovingtonSpring

01:920:222 Chapter Notes - Chapter Merton: Anomie, Ritualism In The Church Of England

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There"s a tendency to blame the malfunctions of social structures to a human"s domineering biological drives that aren"t properly controlled. In this v
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RUTGERS01:920:222CovingtonSpring

01:920:222 Chapter Notes - Chapter Cohen: Social Disorganization Theory, Juvenile Delinquency

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When we look at juvenile delinquent culture (not all) then we notice it is non- utilitarian, medicious, and negativistic. Stealing is a means to an end
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RUTGERS01:920:222CovingtonSpring

01:920:222 Chapter Notes - Chapter Agnew: Differential Association

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Foundation for a general strain theory of crime and delinquency. Strain theory is written at a social psychological level. Strain, social control, diff
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RUTGERS01:920:222CovingtonSpring

01:920:222 Chapter Shaw: Juvenile Delinquency in Urban Areas

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States that there is a clear relation between delinquency and crime rates and the conditions in local communities of american cities. Communities with
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RUTGERS01:920:222CovingtonSpring

01:920:222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Cultural Learning, Differential Association

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Example: to provide a prescription means that it"s prohibited without a prescription. Purpose of norms can be to delineate legit and illegit means. Whe
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RUTGERS01:920:222CovingtonSpring

01:920:222 Chapter Notes - Chapter Banfield: Upper Class, Social Class

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