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MRUCRJS 2009Kelly W.SundbergFall

CRJS 2009 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Content Analysis, Actual Size, Uniform Crime Reports

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Violence: behaviours by persons against person that intentionally threatens, attempts, or actually inflicts physical harm. Corporate violence: behaviou
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MRUCRJS 2009Kelly W.SundbergFall

CRJS 2009 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Intimate Partner Violence, National Crime Victimization Survey, Conflict Tactics Scale

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CRJS 2009 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: D.C. Sniper Attacks, Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting, Antireligion

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Chapter 4 assault and murder: a continuum of violence. Assault = wide range of actions from simple threat of harm to a near-fatal attack. Murder = spec
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MRUCRJS 2009Kelly W.SundbergFall

CRJS 2009 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Uniform Crime Reports, Content Analysis, Homicide

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Study of criminal violence is anchored in criminal law; without law the behaviour may be violent but not criminally violent. Criminology, criminal just
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MRUCRJS 2009Kelly W.SundbergFall

CRJS 2009 Chapter 1: As American as Apple Pie

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CRJS 2009 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Peer Pressure, Edwin Sutherland, Deindividuation

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Animal aggressions that can compare to humans: Intermale aggressions men competing for status of being the toughest and strongest: fear-based aggressio
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MRUCRJS 2009Kelly W.SundbergFall

CRJS 2009 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Roderick Johnson, Prison Rape Elimination Act Of 2003, National Council On Radiation Protection And Measurements

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Can be male or female perpetrated or involve victims of either gender: more likely to be male perpetrated against female victim though. Most likely to
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MRUCRJS 2009Kelly W.SundbergFall

CRJS 2009 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Living Wage, Railway Correspondence And Travel Society, Public Health

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No way to estimate the exact costs of violence. Estimates are divided into direct costs = those arising immediately following the event (ex. cost of me
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MRUCRJS 2009Kelly W.SundbergFall

CRJS 2009 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Matthew Shepard, Cure Violence, List Of Rampage Killers

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Chapter 7 stranger danger and violence in the streets. Most likely to be committed by strangers and in public = robbery, workplace violence, bank robbe
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CRJS 2009 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Racial Hygiene, Russell Tribunal, Helen Fein

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During the 20th century genocide killed almost 4 times as many people as all the wars, revolutions, and civil wars combined in that period = 60 million
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CRJS 2009 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Boston Police Department, Morphine, Marihuana Tax Act Of 1937

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Guns, alcohol, everything else discussed in this chapter are facilitators and enablers of violence rather than causes. Majority of all homicides in us
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CRJS 2009 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: White Southerners, Watts Riots, Taxicab

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1780 = anti-catholic gordon riots in london. France = 450-500 riots occurred between 1590 and 1715. Riots, lynch mobs and vigilante groups = forms of c
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