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U OF GSOC 1500Michelle DumasFall

SOC 1500 Chapter Notes -Cesare Lombroso, Atavism, Differential Association

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14 Apr 2013
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Atavist (atavism) - used by cesare lombroso to suggest criminals are physiological throwbacks to earlier stages of human evolution. Endomorph- body typ
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SOC 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Criminal Intelligence Service Canada, Transnational Organized Crime, People Smuggling

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12 Apr 2016
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Cct: chapter 12: future directions and emerging trends. Futurists- people who study the future try to imagine how crime will occur in the near and dist
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SOC 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Hypoglycemia, Sociobiology

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12 Apr 2016
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Cct chapter 6 (biological roots of criminal behaviour) Abnormalities of the brain, genetic predispositions, vitamin deficiencies, and excess of hormone
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SOC 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Edwin Sutherland, Frank Tannenbaum, Social Learning Theory

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12 Apr 2016
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Important groups contributing to the process of socialization are family, peers, work groups and reference groups with which one identifies: instill va
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SOC 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Psychopathy, Impulsivity, Cesare Beccaria

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26 Feb 2016
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Historical document that acted as the foundation of modern laws and procedures. Guaranteed rights to the barons and landowners. Social contract: an imp
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SOC 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Canadian Bar Association

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12 Apr 2016
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Cct chapter 11: criminology and social policy. Public policy is the government-formulated directives made on behalf of the public good to solve a probl
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SOC 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Kingston Penitentiary, Regional Reception Centre, Solitary Confinement

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12 Apr 2016
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First penitentiary as in kingston, ontario in the early 1800s. Americans built penitentiaries in an attempt to create settings in which the criminals c
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SOC 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Victimology, Problem Solving

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12 Apr 2016
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Restorative justice is not a specific practice but rather a set of principles that provide the basis for the community and the justice system to respon
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SOC 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Homicide

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26 Feb 2016
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Empirical reality: reality that can be deduced from repeatable observations of the senses. Uniform crime reporting (ucr) system: relies on crime report
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SOC 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Routine Activity Theory, Embezzlement

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26 Feb 2016
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Crime opportunity: focuses on how variations in life-style or routine activities affect the opportunities for crime. Life course theory: an approach de
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SOC 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Differential Association, Labeling Theory, Urban Sociology

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26 Feb 2016
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Practice of examining crime from a sociological point of view. The chicago school: the chicago school defined the contours of urban sociology. Social d
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SOC 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Community Policing, Crime Prevention, Police Legitimacy

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12 Apr 2016
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Ccj: chapter 6: police and strategies and operations. A model of police work that is reactive, incident driven and centred on random patrol. Random pat
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