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RUTGERS01:920:222CovingtonSpring

01:920:222 Chapter Notes - Chapter Political crime: Political Repression, Political Crime, Corporate Crime

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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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RUTGERS01:920:216MackendrickSpring

01:920:216 Chapter 1: Reading Notes-Sociology of Women

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RUTGERS01:920:103Quan MaiFall

01:920:103 Chapter 7: Stratification

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RUTGERS01:920:222CovingtonSpring

01:920:222 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Social Fact, Anomie, Individualism

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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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01:920:222 Chapter White Collar Crimes:

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White collar crime is widespread throughout america, especially corporate crime. Occupational crime - committed by people during their work for persona
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RUTGERS01:920:103Quan MaiFall

01:920:103 Chapter 6: Social Control and Deviance

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RUTGERS01:920:222CovingtonSpring

01:920:222 Chapter Notes - Chapter Banfield: Upper Class, Social Class

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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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RUTGERS01:920:103Quan MaiFall

01:920:103 Chapter 1: Chapter 1 Notes: The Sociologocial Imagination

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RUTGERS01:920:222CovingtonSpring

01:920:222 Chapter Notes - Chapter Miller: Law Abiding Citizen, Emotional And Behavioral Disorders, Etiology

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Etiology of delinquency is unclear, but currently, it is said that delinquency stems from physiological (so it"s biological) If it"s said to be a behav
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01:920:222 Chapter Notes - Chapter Measuring Criminal Behavior: National Incident Based Reporting System, National Crime Victimization Survey, Uniform Crime Reports

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Uniform crime reports is a primary source of us crime data. Mostly on part 1 offenses which are considered to be super serious. Crime is considered cle
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01:920:222 Chapter Shaw: Juvenile Delinquency in Urban Areas

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States that there is a clear relation between delinquency and crime rates and the conditions in local communities of american cities. Communities with
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01:920:222 Chapter Thrasher: reading article

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Not all gangs operate in the same manner. Youthful gang violence is out of control and attracts the most attention. 3 types of gang domains in chicago:
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