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Department
Criminology
Course
CRIM 2416
Professor
B.Cartwright
Semester
Summer

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A LOGICAL CONNECTION · Connection to Merton’s strain theory, and to Chicago School’s concern with inner city slums, social disorganizations and delinquent youth gangs. · Connection to Sutherland’s theory of differential association; Cohen saw his work as elaboration on some of unresolved issues regarding transmission of cultural values GANG SUBCULTURES · Gang delinquency most prevalent amongst lower class males. · Nonutilitarian, malicious and negativistic behaviour · Short term hedonism, often causing discomfort to others. STATUS FRUSTRA
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