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Textbook Notes for Classical Studies 2301A/B at Western University (UWO)

WESTERNCS 2301A/BRandall PogorzelskiSpring

Classical Studies 2301A/B Chapter Notes -Rational Agent, Social Control Theory, Mental Disorder

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Criminology: the basics sandra walklate: chapters 1, 4 & 5. Evidently, defining what crime is quite complex multidisciplinary area of concern: walkate
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WESTERNCS 2301A/BRandall PogorzelskiSpring

Classical Studies 2301A/B Chapter Notes -Prytaneion, Ancient Greek Comedy, Diopeithes

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The essentials of greek and roman law: chapters 1, 2, 7 & 8. Chapter 1: background and beginnings of athenian law. In 594 bc, solon abolished most of d
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WESTERNCS 2301A/BRandall PogorzelskiSpring

Classical Studies 2301A/B Chapter Notes -Sestertius, Codex Theodosianus, Pater Familias

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The essentials of greek and roman law: chapters 10, 11, 16 & 17. Chapter 10: background and beginnings of roman law. Europe (except england and scandin
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WESTERNCS 2301A/BRandall PogorzelskiSpring

Classical Studies 2301A/B Chapter Notes -Pistoia, Fiesole, Roman Senate

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WESTERNCS 2301A/BRandall PogorzelskiWinter

The Oresteia

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Text #1: the oresteia y trilogy of greek tragedies written by aeschylus y first performed in 458 bce in athens y centered around the house of atreus y
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WESTERNCS 2301A/BRandall Pogorzelski

Classical Studies 2301A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Miasma Theory, Aegisthus, Homeric Hymns

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WESTERNCS 2301A/BRandall Pogorzelski

Classical Studies 2301A/B Chapter 1, 2, 7 and 8: 1,2,7 & 8

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WESTERNCS 2301A/BRandall PogorzelskiFall

Classical Studies 2301A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1, 4-5: Peter Sutcliffe, Harold Shipman, Victimology

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Approaches: legal - idea that subject is law breaking behaviour - law is crucial for studying. Determining elements of crime (3): harm, social agreemen
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WESTERNCS 2301A/BRandall PogorzelskiFall

Classical Studies 2301A/B Chapter 10, 11, 16 & 17: The Essentials of Roman Law

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Chapter 10: cicero"s de legibus & natural law. Marcus tullius cicero (106-43 bce) orator, lawyer & writer, consul & proconsul. Practitioner of law some
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WESTERNCS 2301A/BRandall PogorzelskiSpring

Classical Studies 2301A/B Chapter Notes -Klis, Aegisthus, Clytemnestra

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WESTERNCS 2301A/BRandall PogorzelskiWinter

Classical Studies 2301A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Eye For An Eye, Theophrastus, Homicide

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Ancient greeks had a profound effect on legal progress and evolution albeit indirect in manner. Study over 100 forensic speeches of the late 5th centur
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WESTERNCS 2301A/BRandall PogorzelskiWinter

Classical Studies 2301A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Gie, Jock Young, Law Abiding Citizen

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Looking at the four different ways that criminologists have used more comptemporarily to explain criminal behaviour. Rational choice theory, routine ac
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