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Intro to Sociology

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School
Simon Fraser University
Department
Criminology
Course
CRIM 104
Professor
Barry Cartwright
Semester
Summer

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May 11, 2013 Lecture 1  Why is sociology relevant to criminology? o Anthony Giddens – sociology involves a study of social relations, forces, conduct, conventions, constraints, and institutions, which are important issues for criminologists  Sociology is the study of: o Social Relations – the way that individuals and groups relate to each other (governed or controlled by law and by the criminal justice system) o Social Forces – shape our political system, our social system, our laws, and our criminal justice system  Examples, great depression, civil rights and women’s movement, rapid technological innovations, increased globalization o Social Conduct
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