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CRIM 2650 Final: CRIM 2650 EXAM REVIEW 1

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Criminology
Course Code
CRIM 2650
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CRIM 2650
Lecture
December 3rd 2015
REVIEW
1) Midterm information and instructures
2) Midterm overview
3) Optional informal q&a
4) December 22nd - please remember to put name of tutorial leader and number
Midterm Overview
-What is the formal of the midterm?
-No multiple choice
-5 questions (3 short answer - 15 marks) (2 long answer - 35 marks)
-What does the midterm actually test?
-3 short answer questions define, describe, and/or explain: theories, differences/similari-
ties, underlying assumptions, assumptions, significance, connection to context) should be
no longer than a paragraph
-2 long answer (apply theory and develop policy implications)
What Material is NOT on the exam?
-From textbook
Collective efficacy
Acker’s social learning
Agnew’s general strain theory
Early control theories (Reiss and Nye)
Recless containment theory
Theories about the complexing of control (Hagan, Tittle, and Colvin)
Extending labelling theory: Sherman, Rose, and Clear
Textbook chapter on contemporary biosocial theories (please refer to lecture notes only)
-From CK
Garland and Sparks
• Katz
Material Covered on the Midterm
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CRIM 2650 Lecture December 3rd 2015 REVIEW 1) Midterm information and instructures 2) Midterm overview 3) Optional informal q&a 4) December 22nd - please remember to put name of tutorial leader and number Midterm Overview - What is the formal of the midterm? - No multiple choice - - 5 questions (3 short answer - 15 marks) (2 long answer - 35 marks) - What does the midterm actually test? 3 short answer questions define, describe, and/or explain: theories, differences/similari- ties, underlying assumptions, assumptions, significance, connection to context) should be no longer than a paragraph - 2 long answer (apply theory and develop policy implications) Wha- Material is NOT on the exam? From textbook • Collective efficacy • Acker’s social learning • Agnew’s general strain theory • Early control theories (Reiss and Nye) • Recless containment theory • Theories about the complexing of control (Hagan, Tittle, and Colvin) • Extending labelling theory: Sherman, Rose, and Clear • Textbook chapter on contemporary biosocial theories (please refer to lecture notes only) - From CK • Garland and Sparks • Katz Material Covered on the Midterm Rational Choice theory and criminal opportunity - Beccaria - Rational choice theory - Routine activities theory - Deterrence theory (including its contem- porary modifications) Pathological perspective, biosocial theories and - Lombroso criminality - Contemporary biosocial theories (lecture!) - General theory of crime: it is a sociologi- cal theory but it explains the criminal offender in terms of low self control which puts it in a
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