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UMDCCJS 300Alan LehmanSpring

CCJS 300 Study Guide - Spring 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - Social Science, Rape, Domestic Violence

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UMDCCJS 105katie ZafftFall

[CCJS 105] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (42 pages long)

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UMDCCJS 105Kiminori NakamuraSpring

CCJS 105- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 79 pages long!)

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Edwin sutherland, one of most well-known criminologists, responsible for all learning theories in crime. 1930"s, we study the process of making laws, o
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UMDCCJS 100Justine MadooSpring

CCJS 100- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 32 pages long!)

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Crimes: actions that violate laws defining which socially harmful behaviors will be subject to the government"s power to impose punishments. Criminal l
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UMDCCJS 300Alan LehmanSpring

CCJS 300 Study Guide - Spring 2019, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Social Science, Project Camelot, Karl Marx

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The way to look at a body of information/material/research, and understand it so it can be used to do more research. Positivistic: trying to map the wa
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UMDCCJS 100Justine MadooFall

CCJS 100- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 16 pages long!)

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Adjudication: the process of determining whether the defendant is guilty. Arrest: the physical taking of a person into custody on the grounds that ther
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UMDCCJS 100Justine MadooFall

[CCJS 100] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 20 pages long Study Guide!

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Corrections: the variety of programs, services, facilities, and organizations responsible for the management of people who have been accused or convict
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UMDCCJS 105Dr.Anastasia TosouniSpring

CCJS 105- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 42 pages long!)

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Currie (1997, 1998: harsh capitalism is the problem, pursuit of money is the organizing principle of the social fabric, market principles not restricte
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UMDCCJS 105Sally SimpsonSpring

CCJS 105- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 30 pages long!)

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Juveniles: professionals, make a career of stealing. Insurance fraud- car owner reports car stolen and hides it for approx. After 30 days insurance cla
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UMDCCJS 100Justine MadooFall

[CCJS 100] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (13 pages long!)

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Chapter 1: name the goals of the criminal justice system. Criminal laws define punishable acts that are wrongs in themselves (mala in s) or acts that l
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UMDBSCI 223mciverSpring

BSCI 223 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Silent Mutation, Glutamine

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A silent mutation because the blast alignment from the query and subject sequence indicates that there is no difference. Site 1557 of the query sequenc
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UMDBSCI 223mciverSpring

BSCI 223 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Yeast Extract, Tryptone, Metabolic Pathway

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Medium #2 is defined (**could add nacl and h2o or glucose and it would still be defined) and minimal because it contains only biochemical ingredients w
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UMDBSCI 223mciverSpring

BSCI 223 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Haemophilus Influenzae, Streptococcus, Middle Ear

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3. 1a if fredrica has an ear infection caused by. The form of streptococcus pneumonia that has invaded. Fredrica"s ear only causes ear infections and n
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UMDBSCI 223mciverSpring

BSCI 223 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Operon, Microbiology, Chromosome

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You review the literature about pmmo and learn that pmmo is a membrane bound copper and iron containing enzyme. The structural genes for this enzyme li
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UMDBSCI 223mciverSpring

BSCI 223 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Serotype, Sepsis, Streptococcus

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Streptococcus pneumoniae is an encapsulated gram- positive bacterium. Antibodies directed against the capsule provide serotype-specific protection. The
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BSCI 223 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Gram-Negative Bacteria, Microorganism, Microbiological Culture

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UMDFMSC 487KerrytrippFall

FMSC 487 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Maryland Court Of Special Appeals, Certiorari, Planned Parenthood

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UMDBSCI 223mciverSpring

BSCI 223 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Transmission Electron Microscopy, Microscopy, Nucleoid

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Using light microscopy, you examine the soil samples and the "goo" from the degraded polyurethane. Light microscopy has a less efficient zoom capacity
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UMDBMGT 220Dr.Progyan BasuSpring

BMGT 220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Net Income, Current Liability, Cash Flow

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UMDBSCI 223mciverSpring

BSCI 223 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Ampicillin

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UMDGEOG 332Julie SilvaFall

GEOG 332 Chapter 1-3: Global Shift Summary of the 1st Three Chapters

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Globalization is a concept whose roots go back to the 19th century. However, the term itself is commonly misused and confusing. The hyperglobalists arg
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UMDKNES 293Michael FriedmanFall

KNES 293 Chapter Notes - Chapter Topic 1: Western World, Modernization Theory, Historical Method

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UMDKNES 360marc RogersFall

KNES 360 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: External Intercostal Muscles, Partial Pressure, Myoglobin

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UMDCHEM 131RastogiFall

CHEM 131 Chapter 1: Atoms

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UMDECON 200Cindy ClementsFall

ECON 200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Autarky, Economic Surplus, Factor Endowment

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Absolute advantage- the ability to produce more of a good than others with a. Comparative advantage- the ability to produce a good or service at a lowe
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UMDBMGT 110HutchinsFall

BMGT 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Nonprofit Organization, Customer Service, Outsourcing

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Lchapter 1: taking risks and making profits within the dynamic business environment. Success in business is based on constantly adapting to the market.
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UMDLING 200Peggy AntonisseFall

LING 200 Chapter 4-5: Morphology and Syntax Homework Practice (Answers may vary)

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Hw #4: morphology & syntax: morphological trees (2. 75 pts. ) If your last name starts with a-k, draw trees for the following word: incompleteness. If
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UMDCOMM 250Susan HubbardSpring

COMM 250 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5-7: Uncertainty Reduction Theory, Expectancy Violations Theory, Cognitive Dissonance

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UMDECON 200Cindy ClementsFall

ECON 200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: Public Good, Overconsumption, Private Good

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Excludable- a characteristic of a good or service that allows owners to prevent its use by people who have not paid for it. Excludability matters becau
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UMDCOMM 107StepnoFall

COMM 107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Systematic Desensitization, Cognitive Dissonance, Communication Apprehension

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