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Department
Sociology
Course Code
SOCA02H3
Professor
Malcolm Mac Kinnon

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Sociology
Crime and Deviance
Theories of crime:
No theory is accepted by all sociologists
Social and biological foundation
People are unable to emphasize with others/ not able to feel guilt
Lombroso: authority of crime: Inborn 1911 published book
Moral sense developed when young
Some humans do not have a moral sense: they are similar to atavism: pre-human in a
moral sense/not fully evolved
Moral insanity: Criminal types: No elaborate/ complicated moral system
Biological route: criminal behaviour
Lombroso considered these people to be criminals:
Shifty eyes: Like to look around
Red hair/ receding hairline/ shifty eyes: STIGMATA
Charles Gorig: Compared sample of criminal, now criminal on stigmata
William Sheldon: Criminality is related to body type
Endomorf (round)/ Ectomorf (slim)/ Mesomorf (muscular+ athletic)
Criminals tend to have a muscular body type
Replicated Sheldons work. Delinquents: Results confirmed Sheldon
Blue EX: Biological-> biology of heavy musculature in some way relates to criminal
behaviour- Delinquency
What biological theorists are doing is overlooking social forces
Woody Allen: Petite actor
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Sociology Crime and Deviance Theories of crime: No theory is accepted by all sociologists Social and biological foundation People are unable to emphasize with others not able to feel guilt Lombroso: authority of crime: Inborn 1911 published book Moral sense developed when young Some humans do not have a moral sense: they are similar to atavism: pre-human in a moral sensenot fully evolved Moral insanity: Criminal types: No elaborate complicated moral system Biological route: criminal behaviour Lombroso considered these people to be criminals: Shifty eyes: Li
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