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Class Notes for CRIM 2650 at York University (page 4)

Theories of Criminology

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CRIM 2650 Lecture 11: January 7

First theme: Lombroso-biological determinism Beccaria-rational, ca...

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CRIM 2650 Lecture 12: January 14

-administrative criminology: branch of criminology that seeks to in...

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CRIM 2650 Lecture 14: January 28

Recap: -his analysis of power contrasts from Marxist and Durkheimi...

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CRIM 2650 Lecture 13: January 21

Recap: -Marx’ critique of capitalism -mode of production; the ways...

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CRIM 2650 Lecture 9: November 19

Sykes and Matza: Techniques of Neutralization (1957) -they sought ...

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CRIM 2650 Lecture 7: November 5

Recap: -sociology theory of crime and punishment: example of 2 thi...

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CRIM 2650 Lecture 10: November 26

Recap: -social process theories are primarily sociological theorie...

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CRIM 2650 Lecture 8: November 12

Social Structure Theories: -those who lacked the ability to achiev...

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CRIM 2650 Lecture 5: October 15

Dugdale: -fornication is the backbone of their habits -they behave...

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CRIM 2650 Lecture 4: October 8

Recap: -empirical testing of Beccaria’s ideas -contemporary crimin...

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CRIM 2650 Lecture 6: October 22

The term social order can be used in two senses. In the first sense...

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CRIM 2650 Lecture 3: October 1

Beccaria’s Impact on Contemporary Criminological Research: -he arg...

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CRIM 2650 Lecture 1: September 17

Theory: -a conjecture based on limited amount of knowledge, specul...

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CRIM 2650 Lecture 2: September 24

Post-enlightenment -what is the enlightenment? (age of reason) ^-c...

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CRIM 2650 Lecture 7: Reading #7 Oct8

CRIM 2650 Reading October 8th 2015 Criminologica...

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