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SFUCRIM 104Barry CartwrightWinter

CRIM 104 Lecture Notes - Class Conflict, Due Process, Georg Simmel

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17 Apr 2013
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For marx, it was the time of the industrial revolution. Steam engines, cotton jenny, rolling mills, blast furnaces replacing skilled labour. All result
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SFUCRIM 104Barry CartwrightWinter

CRIM 104 Lecture Notes - Reality Principle, Albert Reiss, Embezzlement

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17 Apr 2013
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Moral order more fundamental than economic order. Committed to preserving the existing social system. Society as an entity, greater than its parts. Int
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SFUCRIM 135Graeme BowbrickFall

CRIM 135 Study Guide - Final Guide: Zoophilia, Civil Marriage, Law Society

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25 Feb 2013
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24 (2) allows the government to violate rights if it would not disrepute the government. Money is rarely given as a form of compensation under 24 (1) V
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SFUCRIM 135Graeme BowbrickFall

Tort Law.docx

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25 Feb 2013
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Parallel to criminal law, and has a different orientation. Objective of tort law is not punishment, but compensation. Intentional tort is deliberate wr
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SFUCRIM 135Graeme BowbrickFall

CRIM 135 Lecture Notes - Summary Offence, Indictable Offence, Small Claims Court

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25 Feb 2013
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24 (2) allows the government to violate rights if it would not disrepute the government. Money is rarely given as a form of compensation under 24 (1) V
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SFUCRIM 135Graeme BowbrickFall

CRIM 135 Lecture Notes - Family Law, Canadian Bar Association, Superior Court

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25 Feb 2013
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Before 1950"s, had to apprentice with practising lawyers, then write exam until you could get in. Before 1950"s, training replaced the need for law sch
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SFUCRIM 135Graeme BowbrickFall

CRIM 135 Lecture Notes - Shared Parenting, Noncustodial Parent, Civil Marriage

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25 Feb 2013
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No overlap in division of property (provisional jurisdiction) Federal can define marriage, who can get married. Federal can order spousal support, chil
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SFUCRIM 135Graeme BowbrickFall

CRIM 135 Lecture Notes - Publication Ban, Adversarial System, Reference Question

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25 Feb 2013
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Vast majority of criminal trials happen in this court. Small claims division is civil jurisdiction (people sue each other) If claim less than ,000 then
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SFUCRIM 135Graeme BowbrickFall

CRIM 135 Lecture Notes - Fundamental Justice, Closed List, Scantron Corporation

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25 Feb 2013
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SFUCRIM 101Barry CartwrightFall

Final Crim Review.docx

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25 Feb 2013
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Also a time when crime rates were rising dramatically, and victims were demanding the government take action to protect them. 2004 gss found that rates
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SFUCRIM 101Barry CartwrightFall

CRIM 101 Study Guide - Canadian Studies, Karyotype, Cesare Lombroso

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25 Feb 2013
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Reality: most crimes are not detected or reported and go unsolved. Myth: elderly are more likely to be victimized. Reality: young, low social economic
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SFUCRIM 101Barry CartwrightFall

CRIM 101 Lecture Notes - Paternalism, Juvenile Delinquency, Stepfamily

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25 Feb 2013
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Precursors: circumstances that lead up to the criminal event. Transactions: what happened, where it happened, when it happened, who was involved. After
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SFUCRIM 101Barry CartwrightFall

CRIM 101 Lecture Notes - Social Learning Theory, Environmental Design, Restorative Justice

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25 Feb 2013
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Assumes that offenders will be deterred by stiffer sentences and harsher terms of imprisonment. Little evidence (if any) in support of this argument. U
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SFUCRIM 101Barry CartwrightFall

CRIM 101 Lecture Notes - Environmental Criminology, Shoplifting, Social Contract

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25 Feb 2013
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Lifestyle exposure, opportunity and routine activities theory evolved in the 1970"s, when victimization surveys started to gain in popularity. Also a t
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SFUCRIM 101Barry CartwrightFall

Family Violence.docx

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25 Feb 2013
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Approximately 60% of assaults against children under the age of six are committed by family members. Close to two-thirds of those assaults are committe
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SFUCRIM 101Barry CartwrightFall

CRIM 101 Lecture Notes - 4 The People, Odometer, The New York Times

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25 Feb 2013
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Nature of workplace has changed significantly over last few decades. Better paying, full-time manufacturing jobs have been disappearing. Replaced by lo
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SFUCRIM 230Peter SmithWinter

CRIM 230 Lecture Notes - Pitha, Sexual Assault, Ultra Vires

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24 Feb 2013
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Subjective knowledge is not required the test is whether conduct falls below the standard of the reasonable person with some special rules to keep in m
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SFUCRIM 230Peter SmithWinter

CRIM 230 Lecture Notes - Fide, Culpable Homicide, Transferred Intent

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24 Feb 2013
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Mens rea: the mental elements of an offense the crown must prove to obtain a conviction only the morally blameworthy are held to account. Children unde
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SFUCRIM 230Peter SmithWinter

CRIM 230 Lecture Notes - Pruning Shears, Fundamental Justice, Obiter Dictum

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24 Feb 2013
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Where a consequence is essential part of offense, crown must show that it was caused by accused. Trakas (oca 2008) shilon (oca 2006) motorcycle turns t
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SFUCRIM 230Peter SmithWinter

CRIM 230 Lecture Notes - Foster Care, Arson, Illegal Drug Trade

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24 Feb 2013
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SFUCRIM 230Peter SmithWinter

CRIM 230 Lecture Notes - Reverse Onus, Narcotic Control Act, Ultra Vires

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24 Feb 2013
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> from the lawmakers constitution act (bna act) gives federal government exclusive criminal law making power (s. 91(27)); > from the judges interpretat
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SFUCRIM 230Peter SmithWinter

CRIM 230 Lecture Notes - Jaywalking, Primary And Secondary Legislation, Breathalyzer

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24 Feb 2013
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Constitutional law sets limits, sets foundations and structures upon which laws are made (heart, > constitutional (bna act, charter of rights) > subord
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SFUCRIM 104Barry CartwrightWinter

CRIM 104 Lecture Notes - Symbolic Interactionism, Psychopathology, Watching Movies

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24 Feb 2013
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The chronological progression: sutherland"s differential association theory (1942, skinner"s operant conditioning (1953, sykes and matza"s techniques o
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SFUCRIM 104Barry CartwrightWinter

CRIM 104 Lecture Notes - Urban Renewal, Social Disorganization Theory, Crime Survey For England And Wales

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24 Feb 2013
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Sometimes referred to as environmental criminology, ecological criminology, or social criminology. Foundation for community structure and crime: testin
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SFUCRIM 104Barry CartwrightWinter

CRIM 104 Lecture Notes - Psychopathology, Land Values, American Sociological Association

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24 Feb 2013
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Located the source of crime within the individual: the soul, the body, the mind, the genes. Did not really look at influence of social environment. Cit
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SFUCRIM 104Barry CartwrightWinter

CRIM 104 Lecture Notes - Devaluation, Relative Deprivation, Process Theory

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24 Feb 2013
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Anomie theories and subculture theories related to structural functionalism. Popular sociological perspective from late 1930s into 1960s. Functionalist
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SFUCRIM 104Barry CartwrightWinter

CRIM 104 Lecture Notes - Atavism, Heredity, Talcott Parsons

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24 Feb 2013
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Good theory is logically constructed (logically sound and internally consistent) Good theory can be empirically validated (i. e. , through measurement
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SFUCRIM 104Barry CartwrightWinter

CRIM 104 Lecture Notes - United States Constitution, Fecundity, Due Process

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24 Feb 2013
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Social relations: the way that individuals and groups relate to each other (governed or controlled by law and by the criminal justice system) Social fo
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SFUCRIM 103Jennifer WongWinter

CRIM 103 Lecture Notes - Fire People, Hervey M. Cleckley, Psychopathy Checklist

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24 Feb 2013
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Hervey cleckley: coined the term psychopathy , overwhelmingly appeared to sane, very manipulative, did things for their own interest, but at the expens
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SFUCRIM 103Jennifer WongWinter

CRIM 103 Lecture Notes - Tantrum, Social Capital, Social Control Theory

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24 Feb 2013
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Majority of teenagers take better pathways that end up with less juvenile offending. Factors may lead kids on positive pathway or negative pathway. Har
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SFUCRIM 103Jennifer WongWinter

CRIM 103 Lecture Notes - Autonomic Nervous System, Cerebral Cortex, Monoamine Oxidase

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24 Feb 2013
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Brownlie (2004): 5 year olds with language impairment more delinquent at age 19. Iq gap 9 to 14 points for offenders/non-offenders. Full scale iq: verb
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SFUCRIM 103Jennifer WongWinter

CRIM 103 Lecture Notes - Complications Of Pregnancy, Smoking And Pregnancy, Limbic System

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24 Feb 2013
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Born with genetic dispositions, but environment plays a role. > 83% of boys married girls with criminal records. > more likely to have criminal childre
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SFUCRIM 103Jennifer WongWinter

CRIM 103 Lecture Notes - Stanford Prison Experiment, Moral Disengagement, Attribution Bias

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24 Feb 2013
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Founded by john b. watson, 1913: psychology is science of behaviour, focus on relationship between stimulus and response. B. f. skinner: thoughts irrel
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