CRIM 012H Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Larceny, Cultural Capital, Social Capital

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Quiz 9 12/6/2016 7:26:00 PM
Edwin Sutherland
Social change and changes in criminal opportunity: WWII and
property crime
“Person-situation complex”
It was opportunities for differential association, and how these were
woven into the social organization of groups that were more
But: he recognized the role of selection in channeling individuals
toward or away from associations/opportunities
Edwin Lemert
Internal and external limits to behavior; these mutually influence
each other
Agency and constraint: Choice is a “compromise between what is
sought and what can be sought”
The role of selection in world of crime: current and prior social roles
shape one’s selection into partnerships, cliques, networks, groups,
John Lofland (1969)
Proximal and distal causes of crime/deviance
o Opportunities in your everyday life, and you place in social
Objective and Subjective Availability
“illegitimate means” unequally distributed, as well as “legitimate
Crucial for explaining the distribution and types of crime across
social structure
Social Structure and Conventional and Deviant Opportunity: Richard Cloward
and Lloyd Ohlin (1959)
Combines strain/anomie theory with differential association/social
learning theory
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