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Department
Criminology
Course
CRIM 101
Professor
Barry Cartwright
Semester
Fall

Description
Mid­term exam ­Marcus Felson’s 10 fallacies about crime 1. The Dramatic Fallacy 2. The Cops­and­Courts Fallacy 3. The Innocent Youth Fallacy ­Crime Myths and Realities  ­Conceptualization of Crime ­The legal construct model ­Criminal Event Theory ­Is it new? ­The “Typical” Offender ­The Dark Figure of Recording ­The Kansas City Experiment (Effectiveness of policing) ­1972­1973 study in Kansas City. ­Researching Criminal events ­The UCR and The GSS ­Ethnicity and Crime Canada does not collect statistics on the relationship between race and crime ­Federal Incarceration rates per 100, 000 ­Should we, or Shouldn’t we? No! (Julian Roberts) Yes! (Thomas Gabor) ­The general social survey ­The Dark Figures of Crime ­Some problems with the GSS ­Robbery ­Distribution of Violent Crimes ­Assault(level 1) 60 ­Assault (level 2) 17 ­Roberry 9 ­Property Crime ­Classical School ­Biological and Psychological ­Cesare Becarria  ­Jeremy Bentham (1748 ­1832) ­The Positive School ­Used “Scientific methods to explain criminal behaviour ­Determinism ­Cesare Lombroso ­Founder ­Raffaele Garofalo ­Positivism and Determinism ­Twin Studies ­MZ and DZ twins ­Adoption Studies ­Karyotype Studies ­The XYY super male ­S
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