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Order, Disorder, Crime, Deviance

CRIM20004 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Fredric Jameson, Metanarrative, Ethnomethodology

Post-Modernism and Post-Structuralism Modernism is the understanding that the truth is out there Postmodernism is different ways of understanding the truth Postmodern Society/Culture Connected to work of F...

Criminology
CRIM20004
Haines
CRIM20004 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Solipsism, F.E.A.R., Herbert Blumer

Phenomenology and Ethnomethodology Introduction Individual experience and its relation to collective meaning Formation of collective meaning how reality is constituted as 'socially constructed' All critiqu...

Criminology
CRIM20004
Haines
CRIM20004 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Ethnomethodology, Labeling Theory, Symbolic Interactionism

Symbolic Interactionism and Labelling Theory Introduction Phenomenology primacy of experience Ethnomethodology the way "rules" affect the way we behave Symbolic interactionism (SI) analyses the way "rea...

Criminology
CRIM20004
Haines
CRIM20004 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Terra Nullius, Ethnomethodology, Symbolic Interactionism

Race and Identity RACE AND IDENTITY Debate on aboriginal identity is as much about non-aboriginal identity Ambiguity because of colonisation Reminder that the land belonged to others Preserving White Iden...

Criminology
CRIM20004
Haines
CRIM20004 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Post-Structuralism, Death Of Jill Meagher, Nils Christie

Victims and Offenders Introduction Difference between being a victim and being afforded a victim status Closer you fit 'ideal victim' more likely you'll be afforded victim status Victim status and its chall...

Criminology
CRIM20004
Haines
CRIM20004 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Mind Control, Cult Awareness Network, David Koresh

Cults Introduction Considerable fear and panic through 1970-90s about "cults" Cults were deviant and outside norms of society Cults were dangerous and manipulative ISIS has been termed a "Death Cult" ...

Criminology
CRIM20004
Haines
CRIM20004 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Making Money, Victimisation, Centrality

Street Gangs Defining the Gang No consensus in literature but focus on two key points: 1. Focus on expressive nature of loosely formed groups of youth members to gain status 2. Emphasis on organisation nature and rol...

Criminology
CRIM20004
Haines
CRIM20004 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Social Stratification, Technological Change, Charismatic Authority

Weber and Social Order Max Weber: Introduction How individual choices affect structure Linking theme between agency and structure is the distribution of power Two ways structure and agency relate: ...

Criminology
CRIM20004
Haines
CRIM20004 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Anti-Communism, Consumerism, Subculture

Subcultural Theory and Bourdieu Introduction Structure and agency combine structure predominates Agency as a response to structure Emphasis on objective conditions (macro) and subjective responses (micro) Situational accom...

Criminology
CRIM20004
Haines
CRIM20004 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Social Fact, Egotism, Human Behaviour

Social Structure and Durkheim Focus on social structure first Central question for Durkheim why and how people "hang" together Functionalism Structuralism Durkheim (1858 - 1917) - Histor...

Criminology
CRIM20004
Haines
CRIM20004 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Lumpenproletariat, Surplus Labour, Capital Accumulation

Social Structure and Marx Structure (2) Marxism Individual agency plays little or no role Structure relates to economic structure Emotions are moulded by structure economic position Macro level facto...

Criminology
CRIM20004
Haines
CRIM20004 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Social Fact, Sociality

Durkheim and Suicide General Statistics Overall stability in patterns (rate) Rate for women is significantly lower than men Female suicide peaked in 1965 and male peaked in 1929 AGE GROUP DIFFERENCES ...

Criminology
CRIM20004
Haines
CRIM20004 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Traditional Authority, Charismatic Authority, Little Ice Age

The Witchcraze In the Beginning Idea of witches existed since prehistory Sorcery places a large role in some traditional societies Periodic persecution of witches and use of witchcraft has a long history ...

Criminology
CRIM20004
Haines
CRIM20004 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Shining Path, Proxy War, Red Brigades

Terrorism Introduction September 11, 2001, World Trade Centre attacks beginning of War of Terror: More than 3,000 civilians murdered Development of many theories around terrorism Provides key insight into...

Criminology
CRIM20004
Haines
CRIM20004 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Charismatic Authority, Rationality, Post-Structuralism

Weber and Rationality Introduction Connections between subjective and objective knowledge Structure and agency interdependence hard to separate into cause and effect Different perspectives/rationalities se...

Criminology
CRIM20004
Haines
Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Model Penal Code, Malice Aforethought, Unlawful Killing

l e a r n • r e f e r e n c e • r e v i e w permacharts TM CCriminal Law WHAT IS A CRIME? PARTIES TO CRIMES ...

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