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Department
Criminology
Course
CRIM 1125
Professor
K.Chin
Semester
Fall

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Permissive Environs  Took place in what might be described as "permissive or "informal" environments, e.g., at parties, on street corners, in bars, or at home  Driving force behind the transactions described by Luckenbill was “loss of face,” real or imagined The Social Organization of Crime and Deviance  1994 book Organizing Deviance by Best and Luckenbill  Examines the network of social relations between individuals, and the transactions that occur within those networks  Transactions may last for only a few seconds (a robbery or mugging), or for days, weeks, and even months (blackmail or internet fraud)  May be conducted though face-to-face conta
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