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Class Notes for Sociology 2266A/B at Western University (UWO)

WESTERNSOC 2266A/BJennifer ReynoldsFall

Sociology 2266A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Trait Theory, High Crime, Social Control

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12 Dec 2017
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Integrated theories: new-age theorists have basically picked and chosen their favourite parts of the classics to come up with modern day theories, mult
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WESTERNSOC 2266A/BJennifer ReynoldsFall

Sociology 2266A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Feminist School Of Criminology, Role Theory, Bsc Young Boys

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20 Jan 2017
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WESTERNSOC 2266A/BJennifer ReynoldsWinter

Sociology 2266A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Community Psychology, Pathological Lying, Antisocial Personality Disorder

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22 Apr 2017
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Psychological theories of crime: focus on individual characteristics and differences. There is something more evident in criminal when compared with no
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WESTERNSOC 2266A/BJennifer ReynoldsWinter

Sociology 2266A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Structural Marxism, Overproduction, Bourgeoisie

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26 Apr 2017
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WESTERNSOC 2266A/BJennifer ReynoldsFall

Sociology 2266A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Feminist School Of Criminology, Marxist Feminism, Socialist Feminism

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12 Dec 2017
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For men that spend time in prison, a very small portion of them have experienced some sort of harassment as a child. For women, its 80-90: the goal of
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WESTERNSOC 2266A/BJennifer ReynoldsFall

Sociology 2266A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Social Disorganization Theory, Broken Windows Theory, Social Ecology

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20 Jan 2017
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Our social structure is stratified based on the roles people have; people in lower class are left with significantly less. Crime is the result of an in
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WESTERNSOC 2266A/BJennifer ReynoldsFall

Sociology 2266A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Jean Piaget, Social Learning Theory, Community Psychology

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1 Feb 2018
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Psychological theories of crime: focus on individual characteristics and di erences, value assumptions, 1. O ender de cit - something wrong with the pe
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WESTERNSOC 2266A/BJennifer ReynoldsFall

Sociology 2266A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Edwin Sutherland, Labeling Theory, Egotism

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4 Feb 2017
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Operate from symbolic interactionism perspective: how people interpret and de ne their social reality and the meanings they attach interactions. Not th
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WESTERNSOC 2266A/BJordan FairbairnWinter

Sociology 2266A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Social Forces

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9 Jan 2018
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WESTERNSOC 2266A/BJennifer ReynoldsWinter

Sociology 2266A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Beaufort Scale, Money Laundering, Interpersonal Ties

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26 Apr 2017
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Edwin h. sutherland: given credit for introducing the term white collar crime in literature in 1939, when he became the president of sociology, ideas s
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WESTERNSOC 2266A/BJennifer ReynoldsFall

Sociology 2266A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Socialist Feminism, Louis Althusser, Social Feminism

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4 Feb 2017
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Thorsten sellin was one of the rst criminologists to propose a con ict perspective for the analysis of crime. According to sellin, modern society is co
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WESTERNSOC 2266A/BJennifer ReynoldsFall

Sociology 2266A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: White-Collar Crime, Corporate Crime, Legal Personality

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1 Feb 2018
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4 things in common with all white collar crime: are considered a form of white-collar crime, don"t include the types of crime we typically think of whe
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