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SFUCRIM 205Jennifer WongSummer

CRIM 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Cash Flow, Extortion, Loan Shark

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Chapter 6: organized crime: the myth of an underworld empire (pp. Suddenly, in the 1970s and 1980s non-italians seemed to be everywhere in organized cr
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SFUCRIM 205Jennifer WongSummer

CRIM 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Amber Alert, Unthinkable, Jacob Wetterling

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Chapter 3: the myth and fear of missing children. Beginning in the early 1980s, barely a week went by when the public was not exposed to photographs, s
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SFUCRIM 205Jennifer WongSummer

CRIM 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Pickpocketing, George Gerbner, Research On The Effects Of Violence In Mass Media

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Chapter 2: crime waves, fears, and social reality. Reiman describes the typical criminal feared by americans: poor, young, urban (disproportionately) b
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SFUCRIM 205Jennifer WongSummer

CRIM 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Mens Rea, Accounting Scandals, Hamlet, North Carolina

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Chapter 7: corporate crime and higher immorality pp. Myth of crime and criminal justice, for the most part, revolve around 2 central ideas: there is a
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SFUCRIM 205Jennifer WongSummer

CRIM 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Availability Heuristic

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Chapter 15: merging myths and misconception of crime and justice (pp. After the initial fear and panic surrounding a crime myth subsides, the conceptua
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SFUCRIM 205Jennifer WongSummer

CRIM 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Perjury, Infant Mortality, Intellectual Disability

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Chapter 14: capital punishment: the myth of murder as effective crime control. Researchers from disciplines as diverse as criminology, economics, polit
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SFUCRIM 205Jennifer WongSummer

CRIM 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Information Management, Top Cops, Unsolved Mysteries

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Chapter 1: the social construction of crime myths. Scholars in many disciplines look at the origins, diffusion, and consequences of social issues that
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SFUCRIM 205Jennifer WongSummer

CRIM 205 Chapter 7: Chapter Seven

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War on drugs offers the opportunity for expansion: more money, more personnel, and greater police powers. Most effective tactics has been to create a l
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SFUCRIM 205Jennifer WongSummer

CRIM 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Misdemeanor, Intellectual Disability

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Chapter 13: the myth of a lenient criminal justice system. The choice of words in describing legislation as get tough is a direct response to the belie
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SFUCRIM 205Jennifer WongSummer

CRIM 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Role Conflict, Subculture, Cultural Artifact

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Chapter 10: battered and blue crime fighters: myth and misconceptions of police work. Media portrayals often chime the theme of mental distress because
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SFUCRIM 205Jennifer WongSummer

CRIM 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Sexting, Family Therapy

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No reliable way to determine total number of missing children because many incidents are never reported. Impression that nation suffers from an epidemi
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SFUCRIM 205Jennifer WongSummer

CRIM 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: New York City Police Department, Methadone, Drug Abuse Resistance Education

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Chapter 8: apocalypse now: the lost war on drugs. Since the federal government first made narcotics illegal with the passage of the harrison. Act in 19
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