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History 2190A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Symbolic Power, Racial Profiling, Urban Warfare
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Lecture 19 November 22 Militarization of Police Police Services in Canada - A decentralized system (multiple levels) - Structured under three tiers o Federal (RCMP) Criminal code is federal o Provincial (OPP, RCMP) Law enf...

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History 2190A/B
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History 2190A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Ransomware, Computer Fraud, Cyberstalking
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Lecture 16 Nov 20 Cybercrime Advanced Cybercrime - High tech attacks against computer hardwaresoftware - New crimes that use computer technology o Hacking Intruder accesses electronic device without permission Ex. teen boy...

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History 2190A/B
Tunnicliffe
History 2190A/B Lecture 17: Lecture 17
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History 2190a Lecture 17 Human Rights, Hate and the Law Final exam: 3 sections short answer section on stuff from last class till end 2 short Essays: focus on entire course What does our CJS say your experience should be a...

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History 2190A/B
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History 2190A/B Lecture 16: Lecture 16
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Lecture 16 November 13 Medicalization of Crime Define Medicalization of Crime - Medicalization is the process by which some aspects of human life come to be understood and treated as a medical problem - Crime has been medi...

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History 2190A/B
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History 2190A/B Lecture 15: Lecture 15
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Lecture 15 November 6 th Youth and Crime How is youth defined? - Juvenile Delinquency o Social acts of young people defined and evaluated as deviant or antisocial by legal or social norms o Between the ages of 12-17 Histor...

History
History 2190A/B
Tunnicliffe
History 2190A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Police Brutality, Lck, Indian Act
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Lecture 12 October 30 Race and Crime - Lynchings o Killing by a mob, especially by hanging, for an alleged offence with or without legal trial - Race and the Law in Early Canada o Racialized minorities regulated in a numbe...

History
History 2190A/B
Tunnicliffe
History 2190A/B Lecture 11: Lecture 11
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Lecture 11 October 23 White Collar and Corporate Crime - White collar crime o coined in 1939 by Edwin Sutherland o Refers to crimes committed against businesses, government and individuals by those with respectable social ...

History
History 2190A/B
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History 2190A/B Lecture 10: Lecture 10
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Lecture 10 October 18 Crime and Morality: Prostitution, Alcohol, Drugs and Gambling What is Public Order Crime? - Activities that are deemed to be outside of what is morally acceptable in a society at a given time - Labell...

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History 2190A/B
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History 2190A/B Lecture 9: Lecture 9
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Lecture 9 October 16 th Property Crime - Instances of theft or unlawful destruction of property (in the absence of force) - Important to note that these do not include violence - Hybrid offence in Canada o Ex. theft under ...

History
History 2190A/B
Tunnicliffe
History 2190A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Homicide, Organized Crime, Property Crime
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Lecture 6 September 25 Types of Crime and Crime Statistics Categorizing Crime in Canada - Criminal law under federal jurisdiction - Summary conviction offences o least serious crimes o petty crimes o provincial court holds...

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History 2190A/B
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History 2190A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Murder, Manslaughter, Voluntary Manslaughter
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Lecture 7 September 27 Test: LH 105A Identify and Explain - Who, what, where, when, why (date ranges) approach Essay Question - How the criminal justice system have evolved from 1800s-1900 with - criminal codes (codificati...

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History 2190A/B
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History 2190A/B Lecture 4: Lecture 4
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Lecture 4 September 18 Important Terms Public vs. Private Prosecution District Attorney vs. Crown Attorney Jury System th American 6 Amendments Trial Pamphlets Public Prosecution and Criminal Trials The Early American Syst...

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History 2190A/B
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History 2190A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Klondike Gold Rush, Sinocentrism
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Lecture 3 September 13 No need to focus on specifics for exam - Ex. end of the 1800s and 18070s will get same marks etc. The Rise of Professional Police Forces Police forces were sparked in the late 1800s o This was due to...

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History 2190A/B
Tunnicliffe
History 2190A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: O. J. Simpson, United States Code, Model Penal Code
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Lecture 2 September 11 The Emergence of Criminal Law Criminal Law vs. Civil Law o Criminal law is offences against the public Ex. murder, theft, treason etc. Need to be proved beyond a reasonable doubt (burden of proof) o ...

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History 2190A/B
Tunnicliffe
History 2188A/B Lecture 1: 1-3

Pirates and Piracy Week 1, Jan 11 2017 The Five Cs Change over time: Causality: Why is there or isnt there change? Cause vs. effect? Context: Provides a base layer to set the stage and allows connections Contingency: Past ...

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History 2188A/B
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