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Class Notes for ATS1281 at Monash University

Understanding crime: An introduction

ATS1281 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: White-Collar Crime, Social Learning Theory, Differential Association

WEEK 6: Social Learning Theories, Subcultural Theories & Neutralisation How and why indivduals that experience diff circumstances go on to offend Offending behaviour is learned Human behaviour can be...

General Education Studies
ATS1281
Jarret Blaustein
ATS1281 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Social Control Theory, Social Forces, Five Techniques

WEEK 7: CONTROL THEORIES The Marshmallow Experiment: Interested in self control and deffered gratification 30% of children were able to wait Children who delayed gratification were more successful later...

General Education Studies
ATS1281
Jarret Blaustein
ATS1281 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Frank Tannenbaum, Labeling Theory, Symbolic Interactionism

WEEK 8: LABELLING THEORIES: Consensus vs. Conflict Perspective: Consensus theorists: - values are held in common in a society, dominant values are agreed upon by societys members. - wh...

General Education Studies
ATS1281
Jarret Blaustein
ATS1281 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Anomie, General Strain Theory, Child Abuse

WEEK 5 ANOMIE & STRAIN Emile Durkheim (1858 1917): Founding father of sociology Influential ideas about crime: - Crime is an inevitable feature of any society - Crime performs an importan...

General Education Studies
ATS1281
Jarret Blaustein
ATS1281 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Critical Criminology, Egotism, Radical Theory

WEEK 11: CRIME & THE POWERFUL PART 2 Offenders are self interested indivduals who commit crimes when opporunties arise Where circumstances make such criminal activity worth the risk Focus on the social ...

General Education Studies
ATS1281
Jarret Blaustein
ATS1281 Lecture Notes - Lecture 38: Superorganism, Scientific Method, Xenophobia

WEEK 4: SOCIAL DISORGANISATION & THE STUDY OF CRIME AND SPACE First sociology theory Social and structural factors influence criminality moving beyond the indivdial Chicago: 1890s 1930s: A modern me...

General Education Studies
ATS1281
Jarret Blaustein
ATS1281 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Feminist School Of Criminology, Social Disorganization Theory, Medicalization

WEEK 9: FEMNIST CRIMINOLOGY Sex vs Gender: Foundation of feminist criminology is distinction between gender and sex Sex as a biological classification (i.e. female/male/intersex) Gender as a social cons...

General Education Studies
ATS1281
Jarret Blaustein
ATS1281 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Jeremy Bentham, Cesare Beccaria, Decision-Making

WEEK 2: CLASSICAL CRIMINOLOGY What is Classical Criminology? Foundations of modern criminology & criminal justice influenced by 2 schools of thought: - Classicisms (1500s 1700s) focuses on the ...

General Education Studies
ATS1281
Jarret Blaustein
ATS1281 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Copyright Infringement, Corporate Crime, Identity Theft

WEEK 10: CRIME OF THE POWERFUL Defining White Collar Crime: A crime committed by a person of respectability and high social status in the course of his occupation What AL Capone called the legitimate r...

General Education Studies
ATS1281
Jarret Blaustein
ATS1281 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Dodgy, Critical Criminology, Edwin Sutherland

UNDERSTANDING CRIME: LECTURE 10 Crimes of the Powerful: Part 1 Key Question: If the harms generated by the illegal or immoral actions of powerful individuals, corporations and governments generally (far) ex...

General Education Studies
ATS1281
Jarret Blaustein
ATS1281 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: 2014 Isla Vista Killings, Heterosexuality, Victimology

UNDERSTANDING CRIME: LECTURE 9 Feminist Criminology (Gender & Crime) Overview Key concepts: Gender vs Sex Early theoretical perspectives on female offending Feminist research on female offending F...

General Education Studies
ATS1281
Jarret Blaustein
ATS1281 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: The Negotiation, Frank Tannenbaum, Symbolic Interactionism

UNDERSTANDING CRIME: LECTURE 8 Labelling Theories Consensus vs Conflict Perspective Consensus Theorists: values are held in common in a society, dominant values are agreed upon by societys members Con...

General Education Studies
ATS1281
Jarret Blaustein
ATS1281 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Five Techniques, Delayed Gratification, Social Control Theory

UNDERSTANDING CRIME: LECTURE 7 Control Theories Dr Kathryn Benier The Marshmallow Experiment Interested in selfcontrol and deferred gratification https:www.youtube.comwatch?v=QX_ov9614HQ 30 of children were able to wait Ch...

General Education Studies
ATS1281
Jarret Blaustein
ATS1281 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Positivism, Anomie, Differential Association

UNDERSTANDING CRIME: LECTURE 6 Social Learning Theories: Subcultural Theories Neutralism Weeks 4 5 Sociological positivism and the Chicago School Social Disorganisation Theory Anomie and Strain Dilemma: these theories su...

General Education Studies
ATS1281
Jarret Blaustein
ATS1281 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Juvenile Delinquency, Shoplifting, Christopher Mccandless

UNDERSTANDING CRIME: LECTURE 5 Anomie and Strain Last Week Chicago school, rapid industrialisation and urbanisation zonal hypothesis Social disorganisation Overview Durkheim on modernisation and ...

General Education Studies
ATS1281
Jarret Blaustein
Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Dualism (Philosophy Of Mind), Ethical Egoism, Noumenon

l e a r n • r e f e r e n c e • r e v i e w permacharts TM PPhilosophy METAPHYSICS I: UNIVERSALS ...

Philosophy
PHLD79H3
All Professors
Sociology - Reference Guides

Sociology is the study of the principles that underlie social order. In this concise Guide, the reader has ready access to clear explanations and examples of important sociological theories. The often complex and contradic...

Sociology
SOCA02H3
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