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AN AGE GRADED EXPLANATION.docx

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Department
Criminology
Course
CRIM 2416
Professor
K.Chin
Semester
Winter

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AN AGE GRADED EXPLANATION  Sampson and Laub move beyond the type of “delinquency” that is the subject of Reiss’ “Delinquency as a Failure of Personal and Social Controls” and Hirschi’s Causes of Delinquency Age-graded explanation of delinquency and crime, that acknowledges stability of crime over time, but also addresses how some individuals desist when they reach adulthood and some start offending in later teens or adulthood. CUMULATIVE CONTINUITY  Sampson & Laub argue in favour of “cumulative continuity” … delinquency generates negative life chances, especially for youth who are stigmatized and institutionalized.  E.g., incarcerati
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