22 and 24 (on final, not midterm)
60 marks total.
t/f : 10 Q (17%)
MC : 45Q (75%)
Q written question. Written question coming from first week.
DON’T NEED TO KNOW
Specific Statistics (know patterns)
Specific names of theorists (unless indicated)
Diff between the Objectivist and subjectivist approaches. (approaches of
explaining and researching crime)
Specifics of examples/ cases from lecture.
Definitions of concepts and how applied
Strengths and weaknesses of different theories.
WEEK 1 (14Q)
Defining crime, criminal and the law.
Hagans pyramid. (diff between consenses and conflict crimes)
Objective and subjective approaches.
Link between crime and deviance
Forms of law and legal definitions
Defence and crown attorneys
Legal and factual defences
Due process vs. crime control
Criminal justice system and funding
Charter rights (pros and cons) WEEK 2
Researching and measuring crime
Types: experiment, surveys, qualitative
Quantitave and Qualitative meth