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Introducing Crime and Criminology

ACR101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Peer Pressure, Cybercrime, International Humanitarian Law
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ACR101 Introducing Crime and Criminology Seminar WEEK 2: What is Crime and Who is a Criminal? Activity 1: Group Examples of crimes Why Indigenous people vs white (spear) Different culture perspective they think its a just ...

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ACR101
Emma Ryan
ACR101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Individualism, Edward Snowden, George Pell

WEEK 2: What is Crime and Who is the Criminal? There is more than one way to define crime: - Legalistic - Human rights - Social and political Who is a criminal? Is George Pell a criminal? Most pe...

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ACR101
Emma Ryan
ACR101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Burglary, Official Statistics, Influence Of Mass Media

WEEK 3: How can crime be measured? Last week How we define crime influences who is considered an offender and what we count as crime Crime can be defined by references to: Law Human rights Social and political contex...

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Emma Ryan
ACR101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Bloody Sunday Inquiry, Mass Surveillance, United Nations High Commissioner For Refugees

WEEK 9: State Crime Outline: - Recognize that state can behave in criminal ways, breaking their own laws as well as international laws - Identify a range of behaviors that are considered state cri...

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Emma Ryan
ACR101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Differential Association, Ritualism In The Church Of England, Peer Pressure

WEEK 4: Youth and crime Idea of youth - Larrikins, mods and rockers, schoolies - You a relatively modern concept : value-laden and gendered term - Negative perceptions of youth are not new (poor co...

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ACR101
Emma Ryan
ACR101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Endorphins, Information Audit

WEEK 1: What is criminology? Criminology draws upon a lot of disciplines It considers the causes of crime and examines the ways we respond to it as society It is critical discipline and often questioning the practices a...

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ACR101
Emma Ryan
ACR101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: National Wealth, Cybercrime, Insider Trading

WEEK 7: White Collar and Corporate crime Harvard referencing Intext citation (Salzmann (2012, p.4) or (Salzmann 2012, p.4) or pp.4-5 need page numbers) Overview: - Case study: the sub-prime mortgage scandal ...

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Emma Ryan
ACR101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Council Of Australian Governments, Bridle, Duluth Model

WEEK 6: Crime in the home Essay writing Intro: Outline what you will discuss and your understanding - Background information, competing arguments - Criminological concern that is identified (why should p...

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Emma Ryan
ACR101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Public Space, Prison Overcrowding, Mandatory Sentencing

WEEK 5: Crime in the Streets What is street crime - Acts defined as criminal and committed in pubic places such as streets, shopping malls, train stations, parks, carparks o Thefts ...

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Emma Ryan
ACR101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Financial Crimes, Copyright Infringement, Child Grooming

WEEK 10- Cybercrime Overview - Types - Examples o Online piracy o Malware o Cyberbullying o The darknet - Policing cyber crime - Resp...

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ACR101
Emma Ryan
ACR101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Wild Law, Environmental Crime, List Of Industrial Disasters

WEEK 8: Environmental crime Overview - Types - Damage (crime or harm?) - Key concepts o Anthropocentric v ecopocentric philosophy o Green capitalism o Wild law ...

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ACR101
Emma Ryan
ACR101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Harm Reduction, Financial Crimes, Phishing
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ACR101 Week 9 Cybercrime Introduction In 1993, the concept of cybercrime was only starting to emerge as a criminological issue. Back then, a laptop computer costing around 3000 would come with a black (or more accurately g...

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ACR101
Emma Ryan
ACR101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: White-Collar Crime, Muammar Gaddafi, Summary Execution
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ACR101 Week 8 State Crime Learning Objectives o Understand the complexity of state crime; o Understand the history of state crime ranging from genocide to the use of torture; o Identify the issues associated with defining ...

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ACR101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Social Forces, Embeddedness, Edwin Sutherland
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ACR101 Week 7 White Collar Crime Introduction The term whitecollar crime was originally coined by Edwin Sutherland (1940) to question the conventional focus of criminology on violent crimes such as murder, or publicly visi...

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ACR101 Lecture 8: ACR101 Week 6
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ACR101 Week 6 Crime and the home Family violence Violence within families, often but not necessarily perpetrated by men against women and children, is not confined to any culture, class or creed or nation. Fischbach and Va...

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