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Textbook Notes for SOCI 3810 at York University (YORKU)

YORKSOCI 3810Carmela MurdoccaWinter

SOCI 3810 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Transformative Justice, Postcolonialism, Critical Criminology

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Criical criminology takes its roots from marxist theory and the protest movements of the early years, but has been broadened to include analyses from f
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YORKSOCI 3810Carmela MurdoccaWinter

SOCI 3810 Summary: Aboriginal Peoples and Criminalization

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As numerous white settlers migrated into indigenous land early in the 19th century, the colonial government pursued policies that were designed to limi
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SOCI 3810 Summary: The War on Drugs

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The war on drugs: tales of race, class and gender. Popular representations of today"s drug traffickers are men of colour, portrayed in violent, as hype
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YORKSOCI 3810Carmela MurdoccaWinter

SOCI 3810 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Restorative Justice, Prison Abolition Movement, Angela Davis

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In her book are prisons obsolete? (2003), angela davis ofers a criique of the prison industrial complex in support of the prison-aboliionist movement.
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YORKSOCI 3810Carmela MurdoccaWinter

SOCI 3810 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Governmentality, Risk Society, Neoliberalism

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Surveillance as well as the idea of governmentality is closely related to the concept of social control. Terrorist when borders are policed), and every
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YORKSOCI 3810Carmela MurdoccaWinter

SOCI 3810 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Convict Lease, Retributive Justice, Prison Abolition Movement

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In her book are prisons obsolete? (2003), angela davis ofers a criique of the prison industrial complex in support of the prison-aboliionist movement.
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YORKSOCI 3810Carmela MurdoccaWinter

SOCI 3810 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Dangerous Offender, Retributive Justice, Classical Liberalism

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The classical theories of criminology emerged during the enlightenment period of the late 17 th and. 18th century europe, and established the criminal
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YORKSOCI 3810Carmela MurdoccaSummer

The National Security State.doc

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As razack and bell argue, a state of exception comes into play as individuals who are deemed non-citizens because of their profiles are faced with nati
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SOCI 3810 Crime and the International.doc

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As cohen argues in the reading by carrabine et al. , state agents are actually the violators of the legal rights of citizens. As such, it seems most ob
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SOCI 3810- Pathological Approach to Crime

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The pathological approach to crime: individually based theories- heidi. This was a result from the growing trend in scientific discovery. The demonolog
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