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SOC225 Chapter Notes -Impulsivity, Eugenics, Feudalism

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SOC225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: 6 Years, Subculture, Bb Gun

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Lost in the struggle a particular neighborhood in toronto, the structural disorganization, spend time with 3 youth, with a high crime rate. Chucky yout
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SOC225 Chapter 1: Chapter 1.docx

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Impact of media on our understanding of the types and incident rates of crimes committed. Three major strands within criminology that deal with measure
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SOC225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Symbolic Interactionism

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How we take things to mean when interacting with other people and how those meanings influence what we say and do next. Whereas positivism emphasizes t
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SOC225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Impulsivity

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SOC225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Impulsivity, Egotism

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SOC225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Juvenile Court, Total Institution, Structural Level

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Focuses on crime as a cultural, rather than a legal, construct. The thrill of engagement and the risk of getting caught. Draws our attention to the und
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SOC225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Sentenced

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SOC225 Chapter 3: Chapter 3 video.docx

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All cold blood killers are psychopath, 1 in 100 is a psychopath, not all psychopath commits crime. Dr. stone created a scale to measure the severity of
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SOC225 Chapter 6: Chapter 6 Video Details.docx

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At the time these details were posted on eclass, the video was available online. He needed to keep on growing the firm to be more successful. He also d
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SOC225 Chapter 3: Chapter 3.docx

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Positivism- crime is explained by reference to forces and factors outside the decision-making ability of the individual. Social context: during industr
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SOC225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: White-Collar Crime, Positivism, Longitudinal Study

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Development is seen as a constant series of interactions between individuals and environments; crime is an evolving process that cannot be fully explai
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