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LECTURE 1

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Department
Sociology
Course
SOC 201
Professor
Barry Mc Clinchey
Semester
Fall

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How we think about victimsThere are many ways that victims are considered in societiesVictims of disease although some effort is often made to place some responsibility the victimblame the victimoCannot claim total innocence Victims of natural disastersoHurricanesoFloodsVictims of negligenceoTrainwreck in QuebecoEngineer left the engine running and it crashed overnightoWho is responsibleComplex questionVictims of state persecution and warVictims of criminal behaviourVictims of resource exploitation the Alberta Tar SandsoCreate waste and leaks into rivers Individuals that are wrongfully convictedoDavidinnocent and releasedsued the governmentVictims of BullyingAmanda ToddVictims of FraudoYoung welleducated people are the most likely to fall for swindles overall but older people are more likely to report these economic crimes Senior citizens often fall prey to telem
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