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Introduction to Criminology

CRIM 1125 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Crime Prevention, Federal Crime In The United States, Program Evaluation
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Chapter 11 Crime Prevention and Public Policy: Public Policy Formulated directives made on behalf of public good to solve (Social Policy) problem or achieve an end ...

Criminology
CRIM 1125
Robert Feenen
CRIM 1125 Chapter 9: intro to crim chap 9
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Chap 9 Social Process Perspective: Social Process Theory Theory that criminal behaviour is learned in interaction with others and that the socialization processes that occur as a (AKA Interactionist result of group members...

Criminology
CRIM 1125
Robert Feenen
CRIM 1125 Chapter 10: intro to crim chap 10
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Chap 10 21 pages (P248 269) Social conflict perspective: Focuses on interaction between groups but views this interaction as one of the conflict Outcome of struggle, according to social conflict theories Social conflict p...

Criminology
CRIM 1125
Robert Feenen
CRIM 1125 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Jargon, Dementia, Superficial Charm
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Chapter 7: Case study: Armin Meiwes ❏ Meiwes lured men around world to his chat room where he confessed cannibalistic tendencies. ❏ One organizer allowed Meiwes to chain him to a bed and stick pins in his...

Criminology
CRIM 1125
Robert Feenen
CRIM 1125 Chapter 8: intro to crim chap 8
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Chapter 8: Sociological Theories: Sociological Theory Perspective that focuses on nature of power relationships that exist between social groups and on influences that various social phenomena bring to bear on the types of...

Criminology
CRIM 1125
Robert Feenen
CRIM 1125 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Auguste Comte, Cesare Lombroso, Konrad Lorenz
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Chapter 6 Major principles of Biological theories: → Biological theories of crime and causation make certain fundamental assumptions: ❖ “Brian is the organ of behaviour; no theory of behaviour can ignore neurology a...

Criminology
CRIM 1125
Robert Feenen
CRIM 1125 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Group Conflict, Research, Cascina Increa
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Chapter 1 Crime can be defined in four definitional perspectives (Criminology) 1. Legalistic 2. Political 3. Sociological 4. Psychological viewpoints Crime Human Conduct in violation of criminal laws of local, provi...

Criminology
CRIM 1125
Robert Feenen
CRIM 1125 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Victimology, Sexual Dysfunction
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Chapter 4: Victimology Victimology Study of victims and their contributory role, if any, in the criminal event Hans Von Hentig → “The victim shapes & moulds the criminal” - made a classificatory scheme of victims based ...

Criminology
CRIM 1125
Robert Feenen
CRIM 1125 Chapter 2: intro to Crim Chap2
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Chapter 2: History of Crime Statistics: Demographics The characteristics of population groups, usually expressed in statistical form Statistical school Criminological perspective with roots in the early 19th century that ...

Criminology
CRIM 1125
Robert Feenen
CRIM 1125 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Homicide, Indictable Offence
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Chapter 3: Classifications of Crime: Typologies of Crime Classifications of crime useful in identifying patterns of criminal activity and motivation in criminal behavior Homicide When a person directly or indirectly by a...

Criminology
CRIM 1125
Robert Feenen
CRIM 1125 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Twelve Tables, Cesare Beccaria, Jeremy Bentham
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Chapter 5 Major Principles of the Classical School: Most classical theories of crime causation make the following basic assumptions: ❏ Humans are fundamentally rational. Behavior = Free will + rational choice ❏ ...

Criminology
CRIM 1125
Robert Feenen
CRIM 1125 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: General Social Survey, Shoplifting

Criminology : criminal events and approaches towards them (Ch3) Researching criminal events How do we know what we know? and what we know any good Several approaches  Direct observation in natur...

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