Class Notes for SOC307H5 at University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM)

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UTMSOC307H5David BrownfieldWinter

SOC307H5 Lecture Notes - Victimless Crime, Convenience Store, Labeling Theory

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2 May 2013
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Much of delinquency involves the violation of social rules or. Morality (not just violations of legal rules: youth courts have historically had jurisdi
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UTMSOC307H5David BrownfieldWinter

SOC307H5 Lecture Notes - Quasi, Seat Belt, Cable Television

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2 May 2013
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Factors of victimization survey: 1) income 2) age 3) gender 4) race 5) place of residence. Young people (ages 20 21) most likely to be victims of assau
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UTMSOC307H5David BrownfieldWinter

SOC307H5 Lecture Notes - Empiricism, Differential Association, Erving Goffman

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2 May 2013
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Strain and conflict theories deal with causes of crime at the level of social structure, however interactionist theories, pay attention to smaller deta
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UTMSOC307H5Reza BarmakiWinter

Lecture 4

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28 Jan 2011
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 the analysis of the psyche ( freuds ice berg model.  f reud wanted to convey that we only see a quarter of the human mind.  mental life: the activi
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UTMSOC307H5David BrownfieldWinter

SOC307H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Nules, Legislative Intent, Young Offenders Act

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3 Feb 2015
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UTMSOC307H5David BrownfieldWinter

SOC307H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Differential Association, Impulsivity, Homicide

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27 Aug 2013
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Two weeks ago we were focusing on subcultural theory and one of the main things about shaw and mckay is that they found information first and then made
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UTMSOC307H5Reza BarmakiSummer

lecture two

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6 Jan 2011
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Soc307- lecture #2: scientific approach to the world. Criminology is a branch of sociology: the scientific approach to the study of deviance. Science:
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UTMSOC307H5Reza BarmakiWinter

Lecture

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21 Jan 2011
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Concept ions of deterrence t hat resulted from t hese t heor ies.  classical sociology claims that the reason why we carry out acts is because we seek
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UTMSOC307H5David BrownfieldWinter

SOC307H5 Lecture Notes - Juvenile Delinquency, Legislative Intent, Juvenile Court

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27 Aug 2013
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Two midterm tests in class (35% of the course grade given choice of answering 1 out of. Much of delinquency involves the violation of social rules or m
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UTMSOC307H5David BrownfieldFall

SOC307H5 Lecture Notes - Conflict Theories, Left Realism, Social Control Theory

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22 Nov 2012
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Readings: reading assignments will be drawn mainly from the following text: linden, Reserve book room readings may be assigned periodically. First week
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UTMSOC307H5David BrownfieldFall

SOC307H5 Lecture Notes - Young Offenders Act, Jeremy Bentham, Child Neglect

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1 Oct 2012
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The paper is more of a book review rather than research paper (do you address and assess/evaluate the material) This concept is not just based on viola
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UTMSOC307H5Reza BarmakiSummer

Social Control and Labelling Theories of Crime

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31 Jul 2012
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