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SFUCRIM 104Barry CartwrightFall

CRIM 104 Study Guide - Final Guide: Mahatma Gandhi, Masculinity, Prenatal Nutrition

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SFUCRIM 104Barry CartwrightFall

CRIM 104 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cesare Lombroso, Main Source, Jeremy Bentham

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De montesquieu (1689-1755) founder of sociology of knowledge. Studied different types of societies throughout history. Studied social facts, social ins
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SFUCRIM 131Sheri FabianWinter

CRIM 131 Study Guide - Final Guide: Canadian Judicial Council, Jury Trial, Indictable Offence

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Determine guilt/innocence (determine guilty or not guilty, if not legally guilty may not mean innocent) Judicial independence conduct fair, impartial t
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SFUCRIM 101Barry CartwrightFall

CRIM 101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Social Control Theory, Embezzlement, Relative Deprivation

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Brooklyn, n. y. , aug. 22, 1972 based on a true story. Main character sonny, sal was crime partner, stevie chickened out, angie wife, Sal was afraid of
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SFUCRIM 230Simon Verdun- JonesSummer

CRIM 230 Study Guide - Final Guide: Implied Consent, Condom, Fundamental Justice

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Crime has two major elements: conduct that is prohibited because it is evil/injurious/undesirable effect on public (can be act or omission, a penalty t
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SFUCRIM 355Gale AndersonFall

CRIM 355 Midterm Reading Notes

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SFUCRIM 131Sheri FabianWinter

CRIM 131 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Youth Criminal Justice Act, Community Policing, Victim Impact Statement

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Ch1 the criminal justice system introduction. Criminal act enters cjs when victim/witness perceives it as a crime and contacts the police. Police deter
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SFUCRIM 355Gale AndersonFall

CRIM 355 Study Guide - Final Guide: Forensic Science, Birefringence, Cytosine

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SFUCRIM 101Sheri FabianWinter

CRIM 101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Summary Offence, Crime Prevention, Political Crime

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What is criminology: examines crime as a social phenomenon. Includes: making laws, breaking laws, reacting to breaking laws, scientific study of human
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SFUCRIM 220William GlackmanFall

CRIM 220 Study Guide - Final Guide: Property Crime, Trace Evidence, Internal Validity

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Archival data = police/government statistical reports, secondary data archives. Contemporary products = newspapers, television, magazines, webpages. Hi
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SFUCRIM 135Graeme BowbrickWinter

CRIM 135 Study Guide - Final Guide: Canadian Judicial Council, Consolidated Laws Of New York, Criminal Negligence

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Laws are rules, rules are not laws. Laws are rules that are made through a formal process for establishing and enforcing these laws. Our general belief
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SFUCRIM 101Barry CartwrightWinter

CRIM 101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Chromosome, Gary Becker, Environmental Criminology

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