Class Notes for Criminology and Criminal Justice at University of Maryland (UMD)

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UMDCCJS 105Sally SimpsonFall

CCJS 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Uniform Crime Reports, Motor Vehicle Theft, High Crime

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28 Apr 2016
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UMDCCJS 105Kiminori NakamuraSpring

CCJS 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Anomie, Stanford Prison Experiment, Solitary Confinement

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5 Mar 2018
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Created a mock prison in basement including cells and solitary confinement. Interested in the power of social situations to environmental influences. S
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UMDCCJS 105Kiminori NakamuraSpring

CCJS 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Edwin Sutherland, Opportunity Cost, Falsifiability

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22 Feb 2018
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Edwin sutherland, one of most well-known criminologists, responsible for all learning theories in crime. 1930"s, we study the process of making laws, o
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UMDCCJS 105DooleyFall

criminology notes.docx

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7 Dec 2014
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Crime clock : violent crime every 22 seconds, murder every half-hour, rape every 6 minutes, robbery every minute, burglary every 15 seconds, theft ever
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UMDCCJS 105Kiminori NakamuraSpring

CCJS 105 Lecture 23: White Collar, Corporate, and Organized Crime

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9 May 2018
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UMDCCJS 105Kiminori NakamuraSpring

CCJS 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Shoplifting, Symbolic Interactionism, Social Disorganization Theory

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6 Apr 2018
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How your behavior reacts to the world around you. Language, meaning, and thinking, work together to form symbolic interactionism. Language is about int
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UMDCCJS 100Justine MadooSpring

CCJS 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: The Courtroom, Nonpartisanism, Protestantism

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5 Jun 2016
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Court plays a role in investigation and questioning witnesses. Adjudication resolution, deciding the outcome of the case, who wins, loses, punishment.
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UMDCCJS 100Justine MadooSpring

CCJS 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cesare Lombroso, Sigmund Freud, Deterrence Theory

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5 Jun 2016
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Classical rational choice, they are weighing the costs and benefits, and if the benefits outweigh the cost they will engage in the crime. Deterrence ce
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UMDCCJS 352lehmanFall

CCJS 352 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Distilled Beverage, Standard Drink, Distillation

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17 Dec 2015
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Alcohol is a cns depressant with a long history. Alcoholic beverages have been consumed for thousands of years, at least as far back as 6400 bc (beer a
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UMDCCJS 300lehmanFall

CCJS 300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Voluntary Manslaughter, National Crime Victimization Survey, Motor Vehicle Theft

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17 Dec 2015
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Other strategies for gathering data including social surveys, participant observation, case studies, life histories, unobtrusive measures: uniform crim
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UMDCCJS 105Jeremy SimpsonFall

CCJS 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Protestantism, State Terrorism, Egotism

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9 Mar 2015
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Subcultural theories: cloward & ohlin (different types of delinquency based on the neighborhood) Miller: conditions of lower class life, delinquency wa
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UMDCCJS 105Brendan DooleyFall

CCJS 105 Lecture Notes - Burglary, Homicide, Arson

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17 Feb 2014
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Discredited proposed solutions: boot camp, death penalty, three strikes legislation, dare, scared straight, gun buy backs. Elements of self control: he
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