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YORKCRIM 1650James W WilliamsWinter

CRIM 1650 Lecture 4: Theories of Crime and Criminal Behavior

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The older one is the lower the risk of getting victimization in crime. Marital status: highest for single people as well as those separated or divorced
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YORKCRIM 1650James W WilliamsWinter

CRIM 1650 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Scientific Method, Determinism, Psychopathy

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Theories of crime and criminal behavior: an introduction. Individual theories: biological and psychological theories, rational choice theories, histori
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YORKCRIM 1650James W WilliamsWinter

CRIM 1650 Lecture 2: Measurement of Crime

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Because there are so many crime tv shows people develop common sense criminology. This gives a very skewed representation of what. It focuses on types
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YORKCRIM 1650James W WilliamsWinter

CRIM 1650 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Actus Reus, Dependent And Independent Variables, Homicide

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Also, a mens rea which must be accompanied by a certain state of mind (can be subjective or objective) Example 1: nivea cream was sued for 300,000 for
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YORKCRIM 1650James WilliamsFall

CRIME AND GENDER PART 2

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YORKCRIM 1650James WilliamsFall

CRIM 1650 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2,3: Mental Disorder, Mens Rea, Inchoate Offense

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2: social context of dispute settlement + rise of law. Advisor system: extension of the self or kinhsip based system of dispute settlement. In small sc
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YORKCRIM 1650James WilliamsFall

CRIM 1650 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Animal Rights Movement, Conflict Theories

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Criminology: body of knowledge regarding crime as a social phenomenon. Includes processes of making laws, of breaking laws, and of reacting to breaking
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YORKCRIM 1650Claudio ColaguoriFall

CRIM 1650 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2-6: Racial Profiling, Social Disorganization Theory, Peer Pressure

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Criminology key terms lec (1 was intro) 2-6: Criminology: the study of crime and criminal behav. Which are defined by reference to criminal law. Devian
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YORKCRIM 1650James WilliamsFall

CRIM 1650 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Uniform Crime Reports, Data Element

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Most commonly used measure of crime: the uniform crime report system (ucr) Most police departments send data from each incident to the ccjs. Canadian c
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YORKCRIM 1650James WilliamsFall

CRIM 1650 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-3: Animal Rights Movement, Common Law Offence, Regulatory Offence

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Criminology: body of knowledge regarding crime as a social phenomenon. Includes processes of making laws, of breaking laws, and of reacting to breaking
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YORKCRIM 1650Anna PrattWinter

CRIM 1650 Chapter Notes -September 11 Attacks, Social Issue, Prohibition Of Drugs

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The social construction of crime myths (crime is a social construct that"s made possible through moral entrepreneurs, claims makers, media, government
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YORKCRIM 1650James WilliamsFall

CRIM 1650 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Learned Helplessness, Edwin Sutherland, Psychopharmacology

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Correlates of crime are variables connected with crime. Criminal activity intensifies in adolescence + young adulthood and declines after. Most crimes
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YORKCRIM 1650James WilliamsFall

CRIM 1650 Chapter Notes -Control Theory, Decision-Making, Social Issue

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Two perspectives explain the existence of a social problem: individuals who have vested interests in an issue bring the problem to public"s attention c
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YORKCRIM 1650Dr. James W. WilliamsFall

CRIM 1650 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Homicide, Group Conflict, Class Conflict

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Criminology: the body of knowledge regarding crime as a social phenomenon. It includes the processes of making laws, breaking laws, and reacting to the
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YORKCRIM 1650James WilliamsWinter

CRIM 1650 Chapter Notes -Anomie, Racial Profiling, Carjacking

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Racialization of crime: the process through which crime is constructed or defined in explicitly racial terms. Symbolic racism is involved in process if
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YORKCRIM 1650James WilliamsWinter

CRIM 1650 Chapter Notes -Drug Policy, Crack Cocaine, The War On Drugs (Band)

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Objectivities: politics and criminal justice policy: the war on drugs", alternatives to the war on drugs: decriminalization an legalization, irrational
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