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School
University of Ottawa
Department
Criminology
Course
CRM1300
Professor
A L L
Semester
Fall

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Lecture1Jan1002092011ANINTRODUCTIONTOCRIMINOLOGYWhatarenormsAcceptableinsocietyvaluedWhydowehavethemSocialcontrolregulatesbehaviourpredictswhatisgoingtohappenExsATMspaceelevatoretiquettewearingclothesWhatisdevianceOppositeofnormsFormalviolatingformallyactedlawsInformalactsthoughtsbehavioursthatarebadDEVIANTTRUEORFALSEDevianceisalwaysconsideredtobenegativeFalseexRosaParksWHATISCRIMEAviolationofsocietalrulesofbehaviourasinterpretedandexpressedbyacriminallegalcodecreatedbypeopleholdingsocialandpoliticalpowerIndividualswhoviolatetheserulesaresubjecttosanctionsbystateauthoritysocialstigmaandlossofstatusCriminologySiegel2007CRIMEAnactoromissionprohibitedbycriminallawKeyIngredientsactusreamensreanolegaldefencetheacttheindividualARECRIMEANDDEVIANCETHESAMENoinformaldevianceisnotacrimeArealldeviantactscriminalnoAreallcriminalactsdeviantyesAGREEORDISAGREEPeoplewhocommitcrimesarebadpeopleRelativetoTimesmokingthenandnowPlacealcoholprohibitedinSaudiArabiaSocialContextSocialStatusAgeSOCIALCONSTRUCTIONISMSOCIALLYCONSTRUCTEDPROBLEMSTHEMORALPANICWhatisamoralpanicaconditionepisodepersonorgroupdefinedasathreattosocialnormsvaluesandinterestsExsHarpergovernmentspending158MonprisonexpansionLivestrongbraceletsseenasSexBraceletsSextingMoralentrepreneurssinglepersongrouporformalorganizationtheypursuadesocietytocreatelawsconsistentwithmoralbeliefsFolkdevilsveryeveildeviantsomethingneedstobedoneaboutthemtheyaretargetedbymoralentrepreneursAMORALPANICONITSWAYLecture2Jan1202092011INTRODUCTIONTOCRIMINOLOGYPARTIISOCIALCONSTRUCTIONISMSOCIALLYCONSTRUCTEDPROBLEMSHowdolawsgetcreatedPeopleinsocietyareafraidaboutsomethingTHECRIMINALJUSTICESYSTEMWHATISSOCIALCONTROLThevarioustypesoforganizedreactiontobehaviourviewedasproblematicWHATISTHECJSAvastnetworkoforganizationsandfacilitieschargedwiththeinvestigationdetectionprosecutionandpunishmentofoffenders3KEYAGENCIESPoliceCourtsPrisonsTHESTRUCTUREOFTHECJSThepolicethreelevelsmunicipalprovincialfederalRCMPoperatesatprovinciallevelinmostprovincesOtherprovincialpoliceforcesincludeOPPSureteduQuebecandRoyalNewfoundlandConstalburyTheCourtsThreelevelsProvincialSuperiorAppealsSupremeLowercourtsONCourtofJusticeQECourtofQuebecFirstCourtCanadianenterwhenchargedOrganizedintospecialdivisionsdealingwithdifferentareasoflawMajorityofcasesdisorderlyconductcommonassaultspropertyoffencestrafficviolationsmunicipalbylawsprovincialoffencesYouthCriminalJusticeActviolations
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