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UTMSOC310H5Zachary LevinskyWinter

SOC310H5 Chapter Notes -Sexual Assault, Child Abuse, Moral Panic

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15 May 2012
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There is a lot of pervasive violence in pop-culture and the media. Violence alters our way of life where we choose to live, how we act. We think about,
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UTMSOC310H5Zachary LevinskyWinter

SOC310H5 Chapter Notes -Social Vulnerability, Infant Mortality, Discriminant

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15 May 2012
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Some common perspectives of female crime is that it is in on the rise, teenage girls are violent, crime rates are falling except females, girls fights
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UTMSOC310H5Zachary LevinskyWinter

Febuary 1st Readings.docx

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15 May 2012
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Chapter 5: the operation of the youth justice system. The contemporary youth criminal justice system deals with individuals from. 12-17 if they have co
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UTMSOC310H5Zachary LevinskyWinter

SOC310H5 Chapter Notes -Risk Society, Governmentality, Neoliberalism

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15 May 2012
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Chapter 2: practices of governance and control theoretical underpinnings. Issues of control and order lay at the center of youth and crime. Two discour
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UTMSOC310H5Zachary LevinskyWinter

SOC310H5 Chapter Notes -Harm Reduction, Squeegee, Moral Panic

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15 May 2012
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UTMSOC310H5Zachary LevinskyWinter

SOC310H5 Chapter Notes -Youth Criminal Justice Act, Juvenile Delinquency, Urban Legend

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15 May 2012
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Young offenders act (yoa): old law governing youth crime. It was widely held that youth were out of control and that they could not be held accountable
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UTMSOC310H5Zachary LevinskyWinter

SOC310H5 Chapter Notes -Deinstitutionalisation, Juvenile Court, Kingston Penitentiary

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15 May 2012
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Chapter 3: responding to youth crime historical origins of juvenile justice. The juvenile delinquents act (jda) and the discourse of juvenile delinquen
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UTMSOC310H5Zachary LevinskyWinter

SOC310H5 Chapter Notes -Homicide, Youth Criminal Justice Act, Neoliberalism

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15 May 2012
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Chapter 4: legislating youth crime: from the yoa to the ycja. As the 1980s approached, there was mounting criticism of the jda. Lost faith in the rehab
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UTMSOC310H5Zachary LevinskyWinter

SOC310H5 Chapter Notes -Moral Panic, Labeling Theory

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15 May 2012
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What to do about youth crime and future directions. Labeling theory argues that a young person"s self concept changes to be consistent with a label, ma
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