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Department
Criminology
Course
CRIM 2416
Professor
B.Cartwright
Semester
Summer

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TIME LINES CLASSICAL SCHOOL (1700-1800)  Deviance as violation of social contract  Caused by free will and hedonism  Remedied by deterrence POSITIVE SCHOOL (1800-1900)  Deviance as sickness, pathology, inferiority  Caused by bad genes or defects  Remedied by treatment, elimination SOCIAL CONTEXT OF THE POSITIVE SCHOOL  Darwin’s theory of evolution  Comte, one of the first to talk about “positivism”  Anthropology and the study of “primitive” society  Advances in science and medicine CHARLES DARWIN (1809-1882)  Voyage of the Beagle (1839) o Travel… sees specimens o Develops theory of evolution  The Origin of Species (1859) o Humans are evolved; didn’t start out looking like we are today  The Descent of Man (1871) EVOLUTIONARY THEORY  Evolutionary change took place over millions of years
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