SOC 2700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Columbine High School Massacre, Social Control Theory, Juvenile Delinquency

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Theories do not exist in vacuums: apply various aspects of theories to various crimes. End-to-end model: macro (about society) then middle (about society and environmental factors) then micro (focuses on why the individual did what he did) Fully integrated model: concepts borrowed and put together into a new way: some argue against integration (ie hirschi) and instead call for a development of new theories. An integrated model depicts the multiple etilogical paths of juvenile delinquency. Such a model incorporates dimensions of the social structure and the social process representing the social environment and social interaction (edwards, 1992:554: combinations of theories used: Social control + strain + social learning + labelling. Labelling and rational choice theory would not be integrated together. Predicting juvenile delinquency: a review of correlates and a. Confirmation by recent research based on an integrated theoretical model .

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