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UMDCCJS 100Justine MadooFall

CCJS 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Putty, Prison Rape Elimination Act Of 2003, Black Market

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Today"s prison differs from the big house of the past due to: Characteristics of the inmate population have changed. More inmates are from urban areas
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UMDCCJS 100Justine MadooFall

CCJS 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Due Process, Elmira Correctional Facility, Auburn, New York

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Corrections: the variety of programs, services, facilities, and organizations responsible for the management of people who have been accused or convict
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UMDCCJS 100Justine MadooFall

CCJS 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Pepper Spray, Geographic Information System, X-Ray

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UMDCCJS 105Kiminori NakamuraSpring

CCJS 105 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Informal Social Control, Operant Conditioning, Labeling Theory

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Symbolic interactionism: a perspective in sociology that focuses on how people interpret and define their social reality and the meanings they attach t
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UMDCCJS 105Kiminori NakamuraSpring

CCJS 105 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Sigmund Freud, Social Emotions, Impulsivity

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Believed that low intelligence hampered the ability to calculate the pleasures and pains involved in undertaking criminal activity and that certain typ
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UMDCCJS 105Kiminori NakamuraSpring

CCJS 105 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: The Affluent Society, Relative Deprivation, Limbic System

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UMDCCJS 105Kiminori NakamuraSpring

CCJS 105 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Uniform Crime Reports, National Crime Victimization Survey, Motor Vehicle Theft

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First step in attempting to understand, predict, and control any social problem is to determine its extent (determining how much there is, when and whe
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UMDCCJS 105Kiminori NakamuraSpring

CCJS 105 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Social Capital, Ecological Fallacy, Concentrated Poverty

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Social structure: how society is organized by social institutions (family, educational, economic, religious, and political) and stratified on the basis
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UMDCCJS 230Russell HamillSpring

CCJS 230 Chapter Notes - Chapter p.285: Fourth Amendment To The United States Constitution, Reasonable Suspicion, Bench Press

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4th amendment- arrest has to be based on probable cause. You can not just walk to a person and pat them down. Terry and its progeny- officer safety is
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UMDCCJS 105Kiminori NakamuraSpring

CCJS 105 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Biosocial Criminology, Phenotypic Trait, Heritability

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Biosocial criminologists assert that because humans have brains, genes, hormones, and an evolutionary history, they should integrate insights from the
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UMDCCJS 105Kiminori NakamuraSpring

CCJS 105 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Behaviorism, Determinism, Scientific Method

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Enlightenment: a major intellectual shift in the way people viewed the world and their place in it, questioning traditional religious and political val
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UMDCCJS 105Sally SimpsonSpring

CCJS 105 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11-14: Motor Vehicle Theft, Art Theft, Pickpocketing

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Juveniles: professionals, make a career of stealing. Insurance fraud- car owner reports car stolen and hides it for approx. After 30 days insurance cla
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