Textbook Notes for Mavis Morton

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SOC 1500 Chapter Notes -Youth Criminal Justice Act, General Social Survey, Social Disorganization Theory

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SOC 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Dream 3, Victimology, Jock Young

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Textbook: chapter 4 classical sociological explanations of crime page. Emile durkheim (1858-1917): origins of sociological thinking can be traced back
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SOC 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Steven Pinker, Corporate Crime, Impulsivity

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SOC 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Money Laundering, Unintended Consequences, Police Misconduct

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Week 10: corporate & white collar crime chapter 7: crime in the context of organizations and institutions page 174-200: Not all white-collar criminals
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SOC*1500 Chapter 4

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Victims can influence criminal behaviour by playing an active role in the criminal incident (ex. Victims" suffering does not end after the crime is com
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Textbok Notes Pages 73-87

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SOC 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Deterrence Theory, Erms, Lative Case

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Week 12: criminal justice system"s response to crime (corrections) Chapter 8 responding to crime page #210-232: It can be applied in criminal cases whe
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SOC 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Deindustrialization, Attai, Economic Restructuring

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SOC 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Corporate Crime, Governmentality, Larceny

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Textbook: chapter 5 recent sociological approaches to crime page # A general theory of crime: the contention behind a general theory of crime is that c
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SOC 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Structural Marxism, Class Conflict, Deconstruction

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Ocial conflict theorists view crime as a function of the conflict that exists in society. The goal of social conflict theorists is to explain crime wit
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SOC 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Folk Devil, Gangsta Rap, Moral Panic

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SOC 1500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Michel Foucault, Actus Reus, Objectivist Periodicals

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Crime is factual and precise-defined as something against the law. Crime is defined through questions about the causes of crime. Implies that crime is
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