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Textbook Notes for SOC446H5 at University of Toronto Mississauga

Advanced Topics in Crime and Law

SOC446H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Emotional Labor, Multi-Level Marketing, Economica

READINGS: Introduction lipstick indicator, a notable increase in sales of personal care products during economica lly tough times. Beyond the emotional and therapeutic work a good lipstick can do, working for a direct home...

Sociology
SOC446H5
Lawrence Williams
SOC446H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Blue-Collar Worker

Chapter 1: Driving trucks, driving ourselves Truck drivers experience many emotions Injury and death are common sights for commercial drivers But they also see beautiful sights and experience gratification seeing the end p...

Sociology
SOC446H5
Lawrence Williams
SOC446H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Blue-Collar Worker

Chapter 7: Conclusion; Fiddling a subculture of business Chapter 7 normatively locates fiddling as a subterranean subculture of business itself and concludes with an examination of the type of deviance that parttime crimes...

Sociology
SOC446H5
Lawrence Williams
SOC446H5 Chapter 6: Ditton Chapter 6

Chapter 6: Motives: Private identity preservation getting caught and getting off Chapter 6 looks at the salesmens motives and considers the effect that occasions of enforcements have on these partial identities. Motives Po...

Sociology
SOC446H5
Lawrence Williams
SOC446H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Identity Negotiation, Informal Social Control, Robin Hood

Chapter 5: Public Identity negotiation and managerial reaction Chapter 5 examines Wellbreads, to see how the salesmen seem to combine possible theft types in a portfolio of techniques, the practice of which under the guise...

Sociology
SOC446H5
Lawrence Williams
SOC446H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Making Money, The Dealer, Blue-Collar Worker

Chapter 4: Structure: Part time crimes at wellbread Chapter 4 looks briefly at the wider industrial and economic context of occupational theft, and at forms of parttime crime at Wellbreads. Basic conditions Two basic condi...

Sociology
SOC446H5
Lawrence Williams
SOC446H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Polyethylene, Accordion Effect, Blue-Collar Worker

Chapter 3: Interaction: Managing customers Chapter 3, looks at the everyday occupational structural support for fiddling which can be derived from the social context of service The fiddle in practice: secondary adjustment ...

Sociology
SOC446H5
Lawrence Williams
SOC446H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Regular Sequence, Participant Observation, Organizational Commitment

Chapter 1: Introduction The Wellbread Bakery The Wellbread Bakery (a fictitious name) is a mediumsized factory production bakery in the southeast of England. The Mill, in its new Wellbread guise, continued the old policy o...

Sociology
SOC446H5
Lawrence Williams
SOC446H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Labeling Theory, Cultural Capital

Chapter 7: Crime control and persistent thieves In Chapter 7 1 conclude with a discussion of how this analysis of thieves, their calculus, a nd their choices gives reason for substantially increased modesty on the part of ...

Sociology
SOC446H5
Lawrence Williams
SOC446H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Stanford Prison Experiment, Decision-Making

Chapter 6: Threats, decisions and confinement In Chapter 6 we explore both offendersknowledge of legal penalties and changes in the ir perspectives and decisionmaking produced by experience with sanctions, particularly i m...

Sociology
SOC446H5
Lawrence Williams
SOC446H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Social Capital, Shoplifting

Chapter 5: Career changes and termination I employ a lifecourse perspstive to describe and analyze the criminal careers of persisten t thieves. I shall pay attention particularly to changes in offe...

Sociology
SOC446H5
Lawrence Williams
SOC446H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Extortion, Internment Of Japanese Americans, Making Money

Chapter4: Identity lifestyle and character turns from discussion of how some persistent thieves embrace a criminal identity and so me implications of this. Identity and character concerns, for example, can play an import a...

Sociology
SOC446H5
Lawrence Williams
SOC446H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Avail, Burglary, Motor Vehicle Theft

Chapter 3: Changing criminal opportunities and the Unskilled examines how in a world of rapidly changing criminal opportunities their criminal option also are limited by their background I also take up the question of crim...

Sociology
SOC446H5
Lawrence Williams
SOC446H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Absolute Monarchy, Stanford Prison Experiment, Elche

Chapter 2: Origins , options an preparation explores how the class background of persistent thieves limits their occupational options and their choices Disproportionately products of the lower class, few of these men devel...

Sociology
SOC446H5
Lawrence Williams
SOC446H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Kowtow, Happi, Wrongfully Accused

Chapter 1: Pathways of persistent thieves labelling theory: criminal acts are products of decision making where the person looks at their options and their payoffs and also knows there is a possibility for arrest o In this...

Sociology
SOC446H5
Lawrence Williams

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