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UTMSOC316H5Paula MauruttoWinter

SOC316H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Gilles Deleuze, Street Light, Jeremy Bentham

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Outline: 3 models of surveillance, predominant models in field of criminology, characteristics of surveillance. Surveillance about accumulation of know
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UTMSOC316H5Paula MauruttoWinter

SOC316H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Jaywalking

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SOC316H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Informal Social Control, Crime Prevention, Conservation-Restoration Of Cultural Heritage

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Main characteristics of: penal welfare, crime control. Traditional criminal justice approaches; how is crime prevention different from criminal justice
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UTMSOC316H5Paula MauruttoFall

SOC316H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: William Bratton, Jaywalking, Consumerism

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Merged and associated with zero tolerance polices (23 minutes) emblematic of crime control era. Fear and supposedly growing crime even though crime is
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UTMSOC316H5Paula MauruttoFall

Lecture 1.docx

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Lecture 1 soc 316: definition of crime prevention, who is responsible for crime prevention, what fuels crime prevention. The anticipation, recognition,
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UTMSOC316H5Paula MauruttoWinter

SOC316H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Rexdale, Informal Social Control

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The contestable nature of community: what is community?- concept of community in crime prevention/ control. Tied to welfare state in 1950s- idea of pro
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UTMSOC316H5Paula MauruttoFall

SOC316H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Ideal Type, Buzzword, Hardware Random Number Generator

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UTMSOC316H5Paula MauruttoWinter

SOC316H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Neighbourhood Watch (United Kingdom), Panopticon, Dead Bolt

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Lecture 9- march 22, 2013 criminal acts: rational choice model- weigh risks and benefits. Reducing opportunity for crime: directly- criminal opportunit
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UTMSOC316H5Paula MauruttoWinter

SOC316H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Exmilitary, Canadian Police Information Centre, Indictable Offence

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Policing: distinction between police & policing- policing done by public and private sector, definition of policing, networks of private and public pol
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UTMSOC316H5Paula MauruttoFall

Lecture #2

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UTMSOC316H5Paula MauruttoWinter

SOC316H5 Lecture Notes - Environmental Design, Social Change, Crime Prevention

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Course focuses on international content, not just canadian material (i. e. looking at the contrast. Increase in theories, practices, programs and organ
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UTMSOC316H5Paula MauruttoWinter

SOC316H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Police Accountability, Community Policing, Campus Police

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Seen as the opposite of zero tolerance policing. **relate to concept of community and problems with concept of policing. Community policing is a philos
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