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Department
Sociology
Course
SOCI 3400
Professor
All Professors
Semester
Fall

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1Please comment the following sentence Recent surveys ie in the last several years indicate that the majority of Canadians have a good idea about of what is happening in the field of criminal justice including the true rates of crime and that they are quite confident about the ability of the those who are responsible for the criminal justice system as well as the government to control crime Your answer should take into account information provided through class notes class discussions and the related readings as well as include a justified personal opinion2Over the last several weeks we have had a number of discussions about the influence of mass media on crime and victimization If you were to explain to the class the mass medias contribution to crime and victimization what would you say about the role of mass media on influencing the fear of crime treatment of crime events level of crime and crime causation and the potential contribution of mass media to crime prevention efforts Your answer must take into account information provided through class notes class discussions and related readings as well as include a justified personal opinion 3Taking into account the human and social contexts of crime and its control explain the different steps with respect to the decisionmaking process relating to the criminal act as well as explain the role of the four pr
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