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WLUCC100Robert AmeFall

CC100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Gunnar Myrdal, Oscar Lewis, Class Stratification

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The social ecology school: social ecologists: those whose approach looks at community-level indicators of social disorganization, such as disorder, pov
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WLUCC200Robert AmeFall

CC200 Chapter 8: Chapter 8- First Contact

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Youths involvement in the justice system begins with a police investigation to determine whether an offence has taken place. The police or the crown ha
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WLUCC200Robert AmeFall

CC200 Chapter 7: Chapter 7

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Chapter 7: family, school, peers & the youth crime problem. Family has been linked to crime and delinquency. Co(cid:374)t(cid:396)ol theo(cid:396)(cid:
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WLUCC200Robert AmeWinter

CC200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Radical Feminism, Social Control, Criminology

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Chapter 6: different directions in theorizing about youth crime and delinquency. Critical perspective on crime (critical criminology): refers to the gr
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WLUCC200Robert AmeWinter

CC200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Juvenile Delinquency, Young Offenders Act, Homicide

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Concept: a general or abstract term that refers to a class or group of more specific terms: ex. crime refers to any number of specific behaviour. The c
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WLUNUTR 430Robert AmeFall

NUTR 430 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Homicide, Operant Conditioning, Structural Marxism

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Everyone has the potential to be criminal. Less than 0. 5% of people responsible for the majority of crimes in 2006. We need to examine the agents of s
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WLUCC100Antony ChristensenFall

CC100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Positivism, Third Period, First Period

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Chapter 4: sociological positivism: pathology: manifestation of behaviours that are habitual, maladaptive and compulsive, crime and sociological positi
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WLUCC100Robert AmeFall

CC100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Domestic Violence, Elder Abuse, Bourgeoisie

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Chapter 1: concepts of crime, law, and criminology. Criminal justice system the stages through which the offender passes, Intimate violence crime that
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WLUCC200Robert AmeWinter

CC200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Young Offenders Act, Indentured Servant, Juvenile Delinquency

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WLUCC200Robert AmeWinter

CC200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Young Offenders Act, Etiology, Phoenix Police Department

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Chapter 7: family, school, peers and the youth crime problem. Victorian era: police identified problem youth as community"s greatest concern, and blame
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WLUCC200Robert AmeWinter

CC200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9, 10: Solitary Confinement, Multisystemic Therapy, Life Skills

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WLUCC100Robert AmeFall

CC100 Chapter 9: CC100_ch09_socialconflicttheory.pdf

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A general approach that sees criminal behaviour as caused by economic inequality, and criminal law defined by those in power. To explain crime within e
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