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U WINDSORSACR 2620Tom GroulxSummer

Sociology, Anthropology and Criminology 48-262 Lecture 3: Criminal Justice tuesday may 17th 2016 ch 3 & 5

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Justice model: criminal justice operations: elimination or control of discretion; Eliminate parole bard (or parole: protection of legal rights for the
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U WINDSORSACR 2620Thomas GroulxFall

48-262 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Lochner V. New York, Procedural Justice, Social Control

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U WINDSORSACR 2600Mr.George MasonFall

48-260 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sexual Assault, Keanu Reeves, Parents Music Resource Center

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Crime: media does not caught crime but it may contribute to crime. *some effects due to the media: media does not caught crime but it may contribute to
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U WINDSORSACR 2600Mr.George MasonFall

48-260 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Microsoft Powerpoint, Victimology, Social Control Theory

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Theories and research in crime causation, the nature and extent of crime, and policy responses. (prerequisites: 48-100 or 48-110/101) . In order that s
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U WINDSORSACR 2600Mr.George MasonFall

48-260 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Victimless Crime

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Defined crime in a way that reflects how most crimonlogist view their discipline. He proposed that deviance and crime be considered on a contimumm rang
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U WINDSOR48-101NakhaieFall

48-101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: David Reimer, Marvin Harris, Grammatical Gender

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Gender your sense of being male or female and your playing masculine and feminine roles as defined as appropriate by your culture and society. Sex depe
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U WINDSORSACR 2600Mr.George MasonFall

Sociology, Anthropology and Criminology 48-260 Lecture 3: 2016-48260 Bonus Online Assignments

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Bonus online assignments will commence on september 19, 2016. An online format will be used to provide students the opportunity to participate in answe
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U WINDSOR48-101prof.pandyapFall

48-101 Lecture Notes - Labeling Theory, Symbolic Interactionism, Tiger Woods

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U WINDSORSACR 4650Peter FitzgeraldFall

48-465 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Shoplifting

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U WINDSOR48-101NakhaieFall

48-101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: White-Collar Crime, Body Piercing, Homicide

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Crime breaking the laws socially constructed crimes that need laws to say that they are wrong (ex. drugs like marijuana, speeding, assaults) **it"s som
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U WINDSOR48-101prof.pandyapFall

48-101 Lecture Notes - Agreeableness, Correlation And Dependence, Factor Analysis

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U WINDSOR48-101prof.pandyapFall

48-101 Lecture Notes - Symbolic Interactionism, Multiple Sex Partners, Kingsley Davis

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