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U OF GSOC 2700C YuleWinter

SOC 2700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Spurious Relationship, Psychopathy, Antisocial Personality Disorder

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15 Feb 2013
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There are 2 main types of psychological theories: those that focus on intelligence and those that focus on personality. Low intelligence has probably b
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SOC*2700 Ch 15.pdf

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8 Apr 2013
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Assume that different factors may have different effects on offenders of different agers. Explain crime in the context of the life court, the progressi
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SOC 2700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Live Three, 2011–12 Nfl Playoffs, Compurgation

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15 Feb 2013
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Chapter 1: theory and crime this book focuses on theories that are used to explain the facts. A theory is part of an explanation in history, there are
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SOC 2700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Interpersonal Communication, Social Learning Theory, Juvenile Delinquency

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15 Feb 2013
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Strain and learning theories are complementary with each other but they have different emphases. Basic psychological approaches to learning learning re
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SOC 2700 Chapter Notes -Stanford Prison Experiment, Frank Tannenbaum, Labeling Theory

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7 Apr 2013
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Symbolic interactionism argues that human actions are best understood in terms of the meanings that those actions have for actors. People rst de ne the
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SOC 2700 Chapter Notes -Michael R. Gottfredson, Truancy, Juvenile Delinquency

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7 Apr 2013
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Control theories assume that all people naturally would commit crimes is left to their own devices. The key question is why most people do not commit c
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SOC 2700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Sug, Homicide, Absolute Monarchy

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15 Feb 2013
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Emile durkheim argued that inequality is a natural and inevitable human condition that is not associated with social maladies, such as crimes, unless t
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SOC 2700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Operant Conditioning, Ethnomethodology, Ingroups And Outgroups

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7 Dec 2013
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People act towards things, but they do so on the basis on the meanings those. Interactions and the symbols (and their meanings) that are deeply implica
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SOC 2700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Meta-Analysis, Central Nervous System, Autonomic Nervous System

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15 Feb 2013
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Modern biological theories do not argue for biological determinism. They argue that certain biological characteristics increase the probability that in
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SOC 2700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Ender Wiggin, Differential Association, High Tech

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8 Apr 2013
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Gender is the strongest and most consistent correlate of crime and delinquency. (with the exception of prostitution) Males are much more likely to offe
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SOC 2700 Chapter Notes -Dynamic Equilibrium, Social Control

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7 Apr 2013
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Consensus theorists place a consensus of values at the very center of human societies, a shared beliefs about what is good, right, just, important or a
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SOC 2700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Aspira, Rela, Homicide

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15 Feb 2013
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He used the term social structural strain to describe those social conditions. Robert k. merton and anomie in american society. Most prominent cultural
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