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U OF GSOC 2700Scott BrandonFall

SOC 2700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-15: National Crime Victimization Survey, White-Collar Crime, Uniform Crime Reports

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1 Dec 2011
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Uniform crime reports - published by the fbi, lists the number of crimes reported since not everyone reports it, does not include all crimes do not inc
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SOC 2700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Protestant Work Ethic, Social Capital, Marxist Feminism

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10 Apr 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 crime, unless th
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SOC 2700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Five Techniques, Shoplifting, Embezzlement

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27 Nov 2012
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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 first define
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SOC2700 Chapter 3-4: Biological and Psycological Explanations of Crime

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29 Dec 2015
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SOC 2700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2 & 5: Moral Authority, Thoughtcrime, Adolphe Quetelet

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29 Dec 2015
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SOC 2700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Compurgation, Microsoft Onenote

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29 Dec 2015
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Chapter 1: a theory is part of an explanation. Spiritual explanations for crime: closely tied with the origin and development of the modern criminal ju
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SOC 2700 Chapter Notes -Statutory Rape, Machismo, Jargon

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15 Aug 2014
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Chapter 2 Summary (15-22; rdg for Jan17)

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4 Feb 2012
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SOC 2700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: List Of Countries By Intentional Homicide Rate, Natural Disaster, Homicide

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27 Nov 2012
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chapter 1

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21 Dec 2011
21
Self report surveys: individuals report crimes they have committed. This book explores the context, content and consequences of crime. Most people have
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chapter 2 and 14

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21 Dec 2011
17
Significant difference between classical and positivist: positivist searches for empirical facts and the idea that crime is determine by multiple facto
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SOC 2700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Syllogism, Serendipity, Critical Criminology

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27 Nov 2012
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Criminological theory chapter 13: marxist criminology, postmodern criminology. Critical theories share the view that inequality in power is causally re
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