Textbook Notes for Sociology, Anthropology and Criminology at University of Windsor (U OF W)



U WINDSORSACR 2600J.ReynoldsSummer

48-260 Chapter Notes - Chapter All: Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Criminal Law Of Canada, Edwin Sutherland

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Different crimes have different ways of committing and different punishment and has different ways of criminal behaviour. Definition of criminology (by
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U WINDSORSACR 2600Mr.George MasonFall

48-260 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20-60: Stateless Society, Social Inequality, Feudalism

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21 Sep 2016
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Chapter 2 the social context of dispute settlement and the rise of law. The general goal of dispute settlement processes is to restore order. However,
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U WINDSORSACR 4650Peter FitzgeraldFall

48-465 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Hegemonic Masculinity, Michael Messner, Ray Birdwhistell

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25 Feb 2015
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U WINDSORSACR 3620GroulxWinter

48-362 Chapter Notes - Chapter 0: Victim Blaming, Victimology, Deterrence Theory

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25 Feb 2015
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U WINDSORSACR 2600George MasonWinter

48-260 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11-18: Cultural Conflict, Kingston Mills, Nissan Sentra

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U WINDSORSACR 4650Peter FitzgeraldFall

48-465 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Differential Association, Social Control Theory, Focus Group

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25 Feb 2015
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U WINDSORSACR 4650Peter FitzgeraldFall

48-465 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Victorian Literature, Sexual Assault, Hegemonic Masculinity

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25 Feb 2015
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U WINDSORSACR 4650Peter FitzgeraldFall

48-465 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Animal Rights Movement, Cruelty To Animals, Habitat Conservation

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25 Feb 2015
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U WINDSORSACR 3620GroulxWinter

48-362 Chapter Notes - Chapter 0.5: Erving Goffman, Antisocial Personality Disorder, Inquisitorial System

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25 Feb 2015
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Legacy, the - the ongoing direct and indirect effects of the physical and sexual abuse endured by students of residential schools and their families, d
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U WINDSORMACS 3910RezaFall

Sociology, Anthropology and Criminology 48-281 Chapter 1: Introduction - Why Classical Social Theory 1

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1 Jun 2016
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Key questions posed by theories: social order and social change. Individual and society: class and power, morality and rationality. Philosopher"s views
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