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Theories in Criminology

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SOC205H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Fallacy, Gabriel Tarde, Ritualism In The Church Of England

205 Midterm SOC 205: Lecture #1 What is Criminological Theory 1) Some focus on individuals commit crime + why they do it (and/or what stops them) 2) Some focus on social construction of crime + criminals (includ...

Sociology
SOC205H5
Gail Super
SOC205H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Antonio Gramsci, Racial Formation Theory, Atavism

SOC 205 Exam Review LECTURE #1: Labeling Theory Overview of Positivist Theories Positivist Theories: General Assumptions and Critiques - Behaviour is determined - Offenders are fundamentally d...

Sociology
SOC205H5
Gail Super
SOC205H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Dysfunctional Family, Scientific Revolution, Wage Labour
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Criminological Theory Midterm Review Term or Theory Definition and Example(s) The Study of Crime o Interdisciplinary field of sociology o How society treats criminals Why Study Crime o How crime reflects the power dynamic ...

Sociology
SOC205H5
Ashley Rubin
SOC205H5- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 43 pages long!)
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[SOC205H5] Comprehensive Fall guide including any lecture notes, textbook notes and exam guides.find more resources at oneclass.com Lec1: Inventing Criminology September 5, 2017 8:39 AM Why Study Theory • Theo...

Sociology
SOC205H5
Gail Super
SOC205H5- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 15 pages long!)
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[SOC205H5] Comprehensive Fall guide including any lecture notes, textbook notes and exam guides.find more resources at oneclass.com Lec1: Inventing Criminology September 5, 2017 8:39 AM Why Study Theory • Theo...

Sociology
SOC205H5
Gail Super
SOC205H5 Midterm: SOC205 Midterm Notes
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SOC205 Miderm October 5 , 2017 Classical School What is Criminological Theory? o Criminology is the body of knowledge regarding crime as a social phenomenon. It includes within its scope the process of making laws, of brea...

Sociology
SOC205H5
Paula Maurutto
SOC205H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Labeling Theory, Feminist School Of Criminology, Penology
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Final Exam Review Wednesday, March 22, 2017 10:52 AM • Positivist ○ Focus on what causes ○ Focus on individual factors rooted in biological, psychological or social explanations ...

Sociology
SOC205H5
Paula Maurutto
SOC205H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Dysfunctional Family, Critical Race Theory, Concentric Zone Model

Tara Salehi Varela Criminological Theories 2017 Theory Classical Theory –Beccaria Context: - Long-standing influence of religion over laws - Monarchs with power - ...

Sociology
SOC205H5
Ashley Rubin
SOC205H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Proletariat, Structural Inequality
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Final Exam Review Theory Main Tenets Social context in Policy Key contributions which the theory Implications affecting l...

Sociology
SOC205H5
Philip Goodman
SOC205 Final: SOC205_-_Theories_in_Criminology[1]
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Sociology
SOC205H5
Philip Goodman
SOC205H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Abnormal Psychology, Social Darwinism, Social Contract

Midterm Topics  Classical School 1. Social Contract Theory (Hobbes & Rousseau) 2. Free Will and Rational Actors 3. Enlightenment and the Transparent, Rational State ...

Sociology
SOC205H5
Philip Goodman
SOC205H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Labeling Theory, Law Abiding Citizen, Political Crime

Chapter 7-The irony of state intervention- labeling theory-FEBRUARY 14 Introduction  Belief that intervention reduces crime, by either scaring offenders, rehabilitating or incapacitation  Scholars ...

Sociology
SOC205H5
Paula Maurutto
SOC205H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: White-Collar Crime, Critical Criminology, Uniform Crime Reports

January 10, 2014 Lecture 1: Reading Notes Reading: Chapter 1  To search for answers to the crime problem, we must reconsider our biases, learn from the insights and mistakes of our predecessors who have ...

Sociology
SOC205H5
Paula Maurutto

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