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U OF ASOC225Temitope OriolaWinter

SOC225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Psychopathy

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U OF ASOC225Temitope OriolaWinter

SOC225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Homicide, Mci Inc.

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U OF ASOC225Temitope OriolaWinter

SOC225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Socialist Feminism

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1 May 2014
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U OF ASOC225Temitope OriolaFall

SOC225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: White-Collar Crime, Unlawful Combatant, Cruelty To Animals

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A violet crime: example 1: the sand brother: mixed race group members had dif culty in school, minimal contact with adult, no teachers (all dropped out
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U OF ASOC225Bryan HogeveenFall

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

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11 Dec 2012
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U OF ASOC225Bryan HogeveenFall

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

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13 Sep 2015
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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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U OF ASOC100Kenneth CaineWinter

SOC100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Hazing, Research On The Effects Of Violence In Mass Media, Generation Gap

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23 Sep 2016
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U OF ASOC225Bryan HogeveenFall

SOC225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Puritans, Determinant, Intellectual Disability

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13 Sep 2015
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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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U OF ASOC225Bryan HogeveenFall

SOC 225 Chapter 10: Chapter 10 - Strain Theories

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13 Sep 2015
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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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U OF ASOC225Temitope OriolaWinter

chapter 14 Social control theory.docx

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U OF ASOC225Bryan HogeveenFall

SOC 225 Chapter 15: Chapter 15 - Deterrence, Routine Activity and Rational Choice Theories

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13 Sep 2015
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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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U OF ASOC327Alison DunwoodyWinter

SOC327 Chapter Notes -Money Laundering, Class Discrimination, Mens Rea

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29 Oct 2014
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Majority of canadians are satisfied with their safety but media has a big influence on they are reported attitudes and beliefs on crime: since violent
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