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Criminology
Course
CRM1300
Professor
Sam Alvaro
Semester
Winter

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Oct 3 2011 CRM1300The State and CrimeThe State InfluxThe State is an institution that claims the exclusive right to exercise force in a given territory through the use of the police and armed forcesMonarchy transfers powers from generation to generation within a single family Earlier Monarchies were absolute Modern ones are generally constitutional QueenDemocracy generally is representative rather than fully participatory Affluent industrial societies tend to be democraciesAuthoritarianism is a political sys tem that denies popular participation in government KoreaTotalitarianism is a political system that extensively regulates peoples lives ChinaVagrancy Laws William Chambliss thEngland 14 CenturyChurchBlack Pl
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