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Criminology
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CRM3301
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Laura Shantz

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Consumption and Destruction ­Consumption­purchasing, eating destroying. ­Consumer choices and habits can have negative effects: ­Unethical labour practices (j’s being made by little Chinese kids) ­Environmental destruction (plastics in water) ­Health effects (cigs, cosmetic stuff) ­Economic engineering (all of a sudden we tell people what they can do .like the  world bank) ­Social harm linked to capitalist society (export plantation becomes an issue when  the demand dries) READ ARTICLE FOR MEDIA EXAMPLES (horror movies?) Sense of belonging through consumption. EXAM REVIEW Week 6 Late modernity (everything is society is shifting david garlon article ghistory of the  present . from 1960­1990 how did we get here? Macro level social changes in our way of  thinking and organization ­­­>he speaks of crime and deviance. Changes due to society  where we no longer have long term relatonships (even for criminals. We’re more  controlling rather than rehabilitation. Not worried about the victim. We make laws  Criminology of the State Rational choice (u do the crime, u do the time) Crime prevention technologies and CPTED  (Makes it harder to commit crime,  and we divide people into groups. Importance of state and place (private spaces, how geography has meaning,  SPATIALITY, relationships between different places, grouping people through location  i.e Vanier. Working class vs. Lower class Difference from place and space: Spatiality is relationship between difference places.  Week 8 Ontological Insecurity ( the opposite of knowing where our life is going. Marked  by sense of uncertainty of what’s going to happen in our lives. Breakingdown of how 
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