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Department
Sociology
Course
SOC219H5
Professor
Jennifer Carlson
Semester
Spring

Description
SOC219 Lecture- February 27 Documentary- Crime after Crime what evidence do you see of the victimization thesis? what kinds of cumulative victimization did Deborah Peagler experience? how did the police worsen Oliver Wilson's abuse of Deborah Peagler? What oversights and/or omissions aggravated the abuse? what evidence do you see of Black's "crime as social control" thesis? what is the Habeas law, and how does it address the root causes of women's incarceration? how is peagler a "model inmate"? what kinds of programs are available to her in prison? how is this reflected in her parole statements? what barriers did Peagler encounter in attempting to reduce her sentene? Key Themes gendered crimes, gendered cirminals and gendered victims how race and class intersect with gender to create images of criminals and victims gendered processi
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