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SOC225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Mohawk People, Etiology, Loan Shark

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SOC225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Ethnic Group, Empiricism, Egotism

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Symbolic interaction: how people interpret social situations and negotiate their meaning with others. Focuses on what happens to an individual once dev
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SOC225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Puritans, Determinant, Intellectual Disability

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Ontology: way of thinking about and being in the world (ex. religious discourse) shifts and changes over time. Crime was based on religious beliefs and
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SOC 225 Chapter 10: Chapter 10 - Strain Theories

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Consensus perspective/ functionalism: societies have a tendency to maintain a state of relative equilibrium through principle institutions (ex. family,
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SOC 225 Chapter 15: Chapter 15 - Deterrence, Routine Activity and Rational Choice Theories

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Severe enough that people don"t find law-breaking to be in their best interest. The law/police is an effective deterrent for small crimes (ex. speeding
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SOC225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Organized Crime, Network Model, Loan Shark

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Criminal organization: 3 or more people in or outside canada whose main purpose is to facilitate offences that have materialistic benefit. Doesn"t incl
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SOC 225 Chapter 14: Chapter 14 - Social Control Theory

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Social control theory: humans are neither good or evil but we are born with capacity to do wrong. People don"t become criminals because they don"t want
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SOC225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Embezzlement, Numerology, Victimless Crime

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Need to rely on stats of criminal behaviours, criminals, and the criminal justice system to understand crime. Reliability: consistency of results over
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SOC225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Embezzlement, Ower, Indian Register

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Correlation: relationship between 2 phenomena that are related, occur or vary together. Phenomena associated with crime: age, sex, race, drug abuse, so
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SOC225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Critical Criminology, English Canada, Homo Sacer

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Everyone is critical to a certain degree (ex. movie, music, clothing) Challenge criminal justice system - focus on minimizing criminal opportunities ra
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SOC225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Interpersonal Communication, Social Learning Theory, Impulsivity

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Based on the effect of learning and personality on an individual"s behaviour. Assumption of offender default: assumption that something is psychologica
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SOC225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: The World Academy Of Sciences, Gambling, Legal Drinking Age

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Crime is a public concern (found in newspapers) and is a form of entertainment (movies, tv shows, video games) Criminology: study of crime and criminal
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