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SOC 1500
Michelle Dumas

Final Exam review info - Bring student id card, pencil, eraser and yourself - Id: no exception for final exam Format - 20 t/f Q - 80 m/c q - Total 100 marks - No written questions - Part 1: 20 week 1 to 4 - Part 2: 13 week 6 to 8 - Part 3: 62 week 10 to 12 o Week 10 : 22Q o Week 11: 25 Q o Week 12: 15Q - Some repeat questions, went over in class from miterm - Don’t need to know stats - Should know o Legiation and year (youth and gun, drugs) o Patterns of crime, common homicide, least common o Theories o Concept (in assignment, defined and applied) - CCT o Ch 11 and 12 - Article o Jensen,etc  on drugs - Reader o Ch 4 (media and crime ), 22, 24 (wrongful conviction) o Ch 9 o 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18 o 21, 25, 26, 27, 29 - Measuring crime and deviance o Objective and subjectivist (soc theories, where they fit) !!!! o Crime data : UCR, victimization and self report o Correlates of crime: gender, class o Content analysis (media)!!! o Most reliable crime stats  UCR, police date o Not report – victimization  most common - Non sociological theories o Miscarriages of justice (wrongfully convicted)  reading and lecture o Remorse and wc  reader o Classical school: basic premise  Seek pleasure, and avoid pain  Hedonistic o Deterrence theory  how it relates to classical school o Arousal theory (Eysenck) – 3 week  Augmenters and reducers - Sociological (objectivist) o Functionalist (consensus) o Anomie; latent vs manifest functions  example and put into category o Strain theory; general. 5 modes of adaptation  Innovation, rebellion, etc. o Differential association how it explains white collar crime o Techniques of neutralization  which technique is used o Social control theory: inner and outer control o Social bonds  4: commitment, attachment, etc. - Organized Crime o Illegal and legal activities o Characteristics of - Sociological (subjectivist) part 2 o Saints and roughnecks  general finding o Marxist theories: concepts o Labelling theory: concepts  Becker master status o Conflict theories  General explain law, administration, focus  Jeffrey Reiman: position, his view and change - Victim-ology o Punishment (restitution)  How they connect o 1983 and 1988 changes in Canada  1983 changes  1988 with children - Media and crime o School shooting(general finding- victim and media) o Juvenile reporting (legislation) o Crime news model  the 2 models o Distortion in the media (r)  Types of crime, victim it distorts our views - Patterns of Crime o Homicide: most/least common, apply (categorize into group) o Location: victim killed; provinces (differs) o Robbery: types of robbery; bank robbers, conveniences stores, street muggings o Carjacking defined legally - Corporate Crime o Explanations o External factors o Individual level factors o Sutherland: victims/offenders
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