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WESTERNSociology 2267A/BGillian MandichWinter

Sociology 2267A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 7-2267: Extortion, Androcentrism, Truancy

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7 Mar 2014
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Causal factors throughout canadian history and youth gangs and peer influences have been linked to crime and delinquency for at least 100 years. School
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WESTERNSociology 2267A/BGillian MandichWinter

Sociology 2267A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 5-2267: Eugenics, Y Chromosome, C. Robert Cloninger

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7 Mar 2014
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Anderson(1996) describes some understands for crime taken for granted understandings . Beliefs that are accepted as true simply because they are either
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WESTERNSociology 2266A/BStacy HallmanFall

Sociology 2266A/B Study Guide - Final Guide: Comparative Historical Research, Qualitative Property, Official Statistics

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16 Dec 2013
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Documents: can be read", e. g. , letters, diaries, autobiographies, websites, photographs, etc. If not produced for the purposes of social research the
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WESTERNSociology 2266A/BStacy HallmanFall

Sociology 2266A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-9: National Crime Victimization Survey, Real Crime, Motor Vehicle Theft

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14 Dec 2013
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States that the most publicized offenses are far more dramatic than those commonly found in real life. Media carried away by horror-distortion sequence
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WESTERNSociology 2266A/BStacy HallmanFall

Final Exam Lecture notes Week 4-12; Pare

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10 Dec 2013
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Lecture 4: psychology, personality disorders, psychopaths, and crime. Criminals are ordinary people who make different choices. Criminals are ordinary
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WESTERNSociology 2253A/BJennifer SilcoxFall

Sociology 2253A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-6: Royal Canadian Mounted Police, History Of Anglo-Saxon England, Crime Mapping

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2 Dec 2013
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Criminal justice: areas of study and key players field of criminology can be broadened by studying various institutions involved that fall within one o
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WESTERNSociology 2253A/BJennifer SilcoxFall

Sociology 2253A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 7-152253: Mandatory Sentencing, Youth Criminal Justice Act, Day Parole

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2 Dec 2013
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Chapter 7: forensic science & psychology12/1/2013 10:18:00 pm. Modern forensic science has its origins in the works of a number of. Two important scien
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WESTERNSociology 2253A/BJennifer SilcoxFall

Sociology 2253A/B Study Guide - Final Guide: Drug Court, Indictable Offence, Restorative Justice

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1 Dec 2013
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WESTERNSociology 2253A/BJennifer SilcoxFall

Week 7-12; Final LEcture Notes.docx

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1 Dec 2013
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WESTERNSociology 2253A/BJennifer SilcoxFall

Sociology 2253A/B Lecture Notes - Crime Prevention, Mantra, Neighborhood Watch

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27 Nov 2013
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1974: robert martinson asserts that nothing works with crime control. This nothing works mantra became popular with those opposed to rehabilitation. Al
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WESTERNSociology 2253A/BJennifer SilcoxFall

Sociology 2253A/B Lecture Notes - Youth Criminal Justice Act, Young Offenders Act, Juvenile Delinquency

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27 Nov 2013
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WESTERNSociology 2266A/BStacy HallmanFall

Sociology 2266A/B Lecture Notes - Bounded Rationality, Neighborhood Watch, Rationality

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14 Nov 2013
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List of topics: the economic perspective on crime, cornish & clarke"s crime as a rational choice , can rational choice explain violence, pure rationali
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WESTERNSociology 2266A/BStacy HallmanFall

Sociology 2266A/B Lecture Notes - Prefrontal Cortex, Twin Study, Brain Damage

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14 Nov 2013
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Body types and crime: some evidence suggests that body types are correlated with offending, logic: behavior is partly determined by physical abilities
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WESTERNSociology 2253A/BJennifer SilcoxFall

Sociology 2253A/B Lecture Notes - Parole Board Of Canada, Nippon Professional Baseball, Penitentiary Act

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14 Nov 2013
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WESTERNSociology 2253A/BJennifer SilcoxFall

Sociology 2253A/B Lecture Notes - Kingston Penitentiary, Auburn System, Substance Abuse

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14 Nov 2013
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Three major changes occurred during the 17th and 18th centuries that influenced the creation of the modern prisons: a shift in punishments, laws determ
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WESTERNSociology 2253A/BJennifer SilcoxFall

Sociology 2253A/B Lecture Notes - Probation Officer, Dangerous Offender, Anger Management

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14 Nov 2013
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Community corrections: sanctions and interventions used by the criminal justice system to respond to/prevent criminal behaviour. Gradual release progra
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WESTERNSociology 2253A/BJennifer SilcoxFall

Sociology 2253A/B Lecture Notes - Forensic Science, Alphonse Bertillon, Csi Effect

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14 Nov 2013
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WESTERNSociology 2253A/BJennifer SilcoxFall

Sociology 2253A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Summary Offence, Hung Jury, Indictable Offence

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19 Oct 2013
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10/19/2013 9:30:00 am two competing procedures that underline criminal procedure law: Due process: both influenced different aspects of criminal law, e
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WESTERNSociology 2253A/BJennifer SilcoxFall

Chater 5- History and Structure of Criminal Law

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19 Oct 2013
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Based in common or judge made law, the criminal code and the constitution. Through the judgments of trial and appeal (or appellate) courts, substantive
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WESTERNSociology 2253A/BJennifer SilcoxFall

Sociology 2253A/B Chapter Notes -Restorative Justice, Adversarial System, Indictable Offence

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19 Oct 2013
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WESTERNSociology 2253A/BJennifer SilcoxFall

Sociology 2253A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Problem Solving, Crime Mapping

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19 Oct 2013
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Reactive policing: policing strategy whereby police officers respond to calls for service either while an offence is in progress or after it has been c
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WESTERNSociology 2253A/BJennifer SilcoxFall

Sociology 2253A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Public Safety Canada, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, History Of Anglo-Saxon England

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19 Oct 2013
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In european context no early law enforcement prior to 19th century. Emperors defended their power and those who did not comply dealt with the wrath of
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WESTERNSociology 2253A/BJennifer SilcoxFall

Sociology 2253A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Homicide, Stockwell Day, General Social Survey

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19 Oct 2013
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WESTERNSociology 2206A/BStacey HallmanFall

Sociology 2206A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Statistical Significance, Nonprobability Sampling, Simple Random Sample

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19 Oct 2013
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Sampling refers to the selection of individuals and other units of analysis for research. Important to appreciate that the possibility of sampling erro
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WESTERNSociology 2206A/BStacey HallmanFall

Sociology 2206A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Natural Sciences And Engineering Research Council, Academic Freedom

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19 Oct 2013
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Every phase of research has ethical issues, how they are handled affects the integrality of specific research initiatives as well as the reputation of
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WESTERNSociology 2206A/BStacey HallmanFall

chapter 5- ask a question.docx

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19 Oct 2013
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Post-coding can be unreliable procedure because there may be inconsistencies in the judgments because there may be inconsistencies in judgment of diffe
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WESTERNSociology 2206A/BStacey HallmanFall

Sociology 2206A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Laziness, Structured Interview

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19 Oct 2013
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The main reason why survey researchers use structured interviews is that they promote standardization in both the asking of questions and the recording
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WESTERNSociology 2206A/BStacey HallmanFall

Sociology 2206A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Structured Interview, Stipulative Definition, Factor Analysis

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19 Oct 2013
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The main steps in quantitative research theory>hypothesis>research design>devise measures of concept>select research site>select research subjects>admi
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WESTERNSociology 2206A/BStacey HallmanFall

Sociology 2206A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: External Validity, Cohort Study, Experiment

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19 Oct 2013
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Quantitative research often explain a phenomenon in terms of causes and effects that are expressed in laws and principles. Quantitative researchers cho
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WESTERNSociology 2206A/BStacey HallmanFall

Sociology 2206A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Arson, Post-Structuralism, Symbolic Interactionism

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19 Oct 2013
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Three components to theory: definitions: specify what key term is, description: outline the characteristics of the phenomenon of interest, rational sta
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WESTERNSociology 2253A/BJennifer SilcoxFall

Sociology 2253A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: General Social Survey, Homicide, Stockwell Day

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13 Sep 2013
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Criminology interested in how and why crime happens why someone commits the acts motives, etc (studying biology psychology and sociology of person) Cri
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WESTERNSociology 2105A/BCatherine Corrigall- BrownFall

Sociology 2105A/B Lecture Notes - The Sociological Imagination, Altruistic Suicide

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10 Sep 2013
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Oct 1987 margaret thatcher said there is no such thing as society. There are individual men and women and there are families. Do you agree? no. does no
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WESTERNSociology 1021EDaphne HeywoodSummer

participation 12.doc

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31 Jul 2013
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The emergent norm theory can be applied to many different things in our everyday society. I particularly see the link that you made between bullying an
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WESTERNSociology 1021EDaphne HeywoodSummer

PARTICIPATION 7.doc

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31 Jul 2013
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The first thing that came to my head was promiscuity. There is a stigmatism that exists with a person who has had multiple partners throughout their li
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WESTERNSociology 1021EDaphne HeywoodSummer

participation 6.doc

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31 Jul 2013
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The categories were labelled chipmunks, giraffes, and another animal i cannot recall. Basically the parents nor the children were told what the categor
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WESTERNSociology 1021EDaphne HeywoodSummer

Sociology 1021E Study Guide - Anomie, Ritualism In The Church Of England

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17 Jul 2013
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Merton, the founder of this theory describes the four concepts that he calls conformities to further explain deviant behavior. Functionalists can argue
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WESTERNPsychology 1000Terry BiggsSummer

Psychology 1000 Lecture Notes - Gender Role, Dependent And Independent Variables

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12 Jun 2013
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Gender roles have been a highly researched and controversial topic for years. Gender roles have been established throughout the decades, restricting ma
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WESTERNFoods and Nutrition 1030EJohn ThorpWinter

Foods and Nutrition 1030E Lecture Notes - French Fries

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12 Jun 2013
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Bmi= (weight in pounds * 703 ) = (220*703)/69 = 32. 5 height in inches . According to alfred"s body mass index, (bmi) alfred is in the obesity category
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WESTERNBiology 2382BTom HaffieWinter

Biology 2382B Lecture Notes - Bile Acid, Parotid Gland, Chyme

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29 May 2013
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Parotid gland: secretes watery liquid + amylase. Submandular gland: thicker liquid + amylase. Sublingual gland: mucus + less amylase. Sns: can"t initia
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WESTERNPhysiology 2130Kim LutonWinter

Physiology 2130 Chapter Notes -Alpha Motor Neuron, Olfactory Receptor, Sympathetic Nervous System

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29 May 2013
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Neuroendocrine control (posterior pituitary, catecholamine released from adrenal medulla) interaction between nervous system and endocrine glands. Sali
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