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01:920:222 Chapter Notes - Chapter Akers: Differential Association, Social Learning Theory

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A social learning theory of crime -- akers. Akers" slt is an extension of sutherland"s differential association theory. Agrees with sutherland that peo
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01:920:222 Chapter Notes - Chapter Sampson & Laub: Mass Psychogenic Illness, Process Variable, Social Capital

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01:920:222 Chapter Hirschi, Walker, & Gottfredson:

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24 Apr 2019
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Control theories assume that the jd results in an individual"s bond to society is weak or broken. Wolfgang"s cohort follows that careers of males born
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01:920:222 Chapter Notes - Chapter Connor & Poussaint: Cornrows, Bsc Young Boys, Homicide

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11 Apr 2019
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The definition of cool evolved in the inner city for young boys that grew up on the streets. At first, it started with being able to conquer the street
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01:920:222 Chapter Notes - Chapter Cohen: Social Disorganization Theory, Juvenile Delinquency

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28 Mar 2019
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When we look at juvenile delinquent culture (not all) then we notice it is non- utilitarian, medicious, and negativistic. Stealing is a means to an end
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01:920:222 Chapter Notes - Chapter Merton: Anomie, Ritualism In The Church Of England

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20 Mar 2019
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There"s a tendency to blame the malfunctions of social structures to a human"s domineering biological drives that aren"t properly controlled. In this v
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01:920:222 Chapter Notes - Chapter Political crime: Political Repression, Political Crime, Corporate Crime

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29 Jan 2019
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Political crime - any illegal or socially harmful act aimed at preserving or changing the existing political and social order. Crime by government (aka
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01:920:222 Chapter Notes - Chapter Sykes & Matza: Differential Association

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21 Apr 2019
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01:920:222 Chapter Notes - Chapter Wolfgang: Homicide, Anomie, Subculture

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10 Apr 2019
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One should look at culture when studying externality or homicide and violence. Anomie does not agree with empirical evidence on deviant behavior. Anomi
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01:920:222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Cultural Learning, Differential Association

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24 Mar 2019
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Example: to provide a prescription means that it"s prohibited without a prescription. Purpose of norms can be to delineate legit and illegit means. Whe
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01:920:222 Chapter Notes - Chapter Banfield: Upper Class, Social Class

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3 Mar 2019
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Social class is usually defined as where an individual belongs in terms of their prestige or standing. Classes end up becoming cultures because style a
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01:920:222 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Social Fact, Anomie, Individualism

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27 Feb 2019
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Many sociological theories originated from the french sociologist, durkheim. Theories emerged during profound social change in france. Durkheim didn"t
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