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Department
Criminology
Course
CRIM 2416
Professor
B.Cartwright
Semester
Summer

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THE CRIMINAL INSTINCT  People are born criminals  Have people looking for people looking for these “genes” CESARE LOMBROSO (1835-1909)  “The Father of Modern Criminology”; “founder” of Positive School  Medical doctor—measured soldiers, insane people, criminals and members of general public  Published On Criminal Man in 1876  New-found interest in science, medicine and evolutionary theory led Cesare Lombroso in search of the atavistic man  Degenerate throwback on earlier forms of evolution  Stigmata = protruding jaws, close-set eyes, unusually shaped ears, a sloping forehead, etc. RAFFAELE GAROFALO (1852-1934)  Garofalo—identified “natural crimes” that violated sentiments of “pro
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