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SFUCRIM 104Barry CartwrightFall

CRIM 104 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Kai T. Erikson, George Herbert Mead, Labeling Theory

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27 Sep 2016
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Reading 14: the sociology of deviance, the labeling perspective and critical constructionism. First indications of the development of the social reacti
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SFUCRIM 104Barry CartwrightFall

CRIM 104 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Dete

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27 Sep 2016
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Howard becker is most well-known for the labelling theories. Becker saw deviance as being socially constructed. He talked about the subjective, as oppo
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SFUCRIM 104Barry CartwrightFall

CRIM 104 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: General Strain Theory, Social Learning Theory, Juvenile Delinquency

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22 Sep 2016
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Tutorial 2: anomie strain theory part ii. 5. identify who came up with these terms. Identify who talked about the criminal subculture, the conflict sub
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SFUCRIM 104OnlineSpring

CRIM 104 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Simon & Garfunkel, Social Disorganization Theory, British National Vegetation Classification

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30 Jan 2017
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Sampson"s work in area of social disorganization clearly in line w/ chicago school tradition of ecological research. Sampson & groves" retest of shaw &
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SFUCRIM 104Barry CartwrightFall

CRIM 104 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1 and 2: Structural Functionalism, Anomie, Mechanical And Organic Solidarity

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18 Sep 2016
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Identify the individual who first introduced the concept of anomie to the social sciences and describe what the term anomie originally meant: describe
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SFUCRIM 104Barry CartwrightFall

CRIM 104 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Jack Abbott (Author), Norman Mailer, Labeling Theory

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29 Sep 2016
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Reading 16: round up the usual suspects: crime, deviance, and the limits of constructionism. Stanley cohen is generally recognized as the thinker who f
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SFUCRIM 104OnlineSpring

CRIM 104 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Anomie, Individualism

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16 Jan 2017
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Published in 1994 by messner & rosenfeld. Set forth contemporary version of merton"s anomie-strain theory. Argued crim became overly preoccupied w/ ana
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SFUCRIM 104Barry CartwrightFall

CRIM 104 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Police Athletic League, Psychopathy, Control Theory

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29 Sep 2016
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Reading 11: social control theory and developmental life course theories. Origins of social control theory can be traced back to durkheim and chicago s
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SFUCRIM 104OnlineSpring

CRIM 104 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Differential Association, Anomie, Anomic Aphasia

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16 Jan 2017
1
One of most durable sociological explanations of crime & deviance. Emile durkheim - derived term anomie from greek word anomia. Originally referred to
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SFUCRIM 104Josh MurphySpring

CRIM 104 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Crime Survey For England And Wales, Social Disorganization Theory, Juvenile Delinquency

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6 Feb 2017
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Chicago school was 1st department of sociology in america. Chicago grew rapidly from small town with around 200 inhabitants to city over 3 million inha
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SFUCRIM 104Tarah Hodgkinson

CRIM 104 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-6: Differential Association, Cesare Beccaria, Cesare Lombroso

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26 Sep 2017
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Sociology is the study of social relations, social forces, social conduct, social conventions, social constraints, and social institutions. Sociology a
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SFUCRIM 104OnlineSpring

CRIM 104 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Social Fact, Anomie, Émile Durkheim

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11 Jan 2017
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One of most famous sociologists of all time. Responsible for introducing concept of anomie to sociological thinking. Did not mention anything about spe
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