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CRJU 401 Final Study Guide

by: Adelina Velasquez

CRJU 401 Final Study Guide CRJU 401

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These chapters and topics will be on every Victimology final taken with Dr. Tolbert.
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This 4 page Study Guide was uploaded by Adelina Velasquez on Monday July 25, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to CRJU 401 at 1 MDSS-SGSLM-Langley AFB Advanced Education in General Dentistry 12 Months taught by Dr. Tolbert in Summer 2016. Since its upload, it has received 14 views. For similar materials see Victimology in Criminal Justice at 1 MDSS-SGSLM-Langley AFB Advanced Education in General Dentistry 12 Months.


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Spring 2016 CRJU 401 Victimology Study Guide Chapter 6: Child Abuse and Neglect­                    Typology of Child Maltreatment                         ­. Child Neglect.                         ­. Physical Abuse                         ­. Sexual Abuse                         ­. Psychological Maltreatment                         ­. Fetal Death             Theories of Child Maltreatment                         ­. Intergenerational Transmission: abused children abusing future children                         ­. Social Learning Theory: parents teach kids aggressive models 1. aggression is normal and justified 2. can lead to getting others to do what u want                         ­. Ecological Theory: abnormalities in relationship that might lead to  abuse and neglect 1. inappropriate expectations 2. lack of empathy 3. use of physical punishment 4. role reversal                         ­. Attention to Prevention             Chapter 8: School Violence­                                               Bullying                         ­. Typology: physical, verbal, social (social exclusions), cyber             Gang Violence                         ­. Participation: initation generally brutal (sexed in or beaten in); given  benefits afterwards                         ­. Violence: likely in large cities; vicitms of homiceide 15­19 years old                         ­. Victims: live near or with offender ­afraid to come forward: contribute to crime ­­cannot communicate well ­­affected by culture             School Shootings: rare occurences, attract media                         ­. Columbine: 1999, harris and klebold students planned to kill 500 but  killed 12 students and a teacher, committed suicide ­3  deadliest shooting in US ­planted bombs that never went off   Chapter 10: Stalking Victims­                               Stalking Laws                         ­. California Penal Code (1990): passed first stalking laws in western  world ­model anti­stalking code to congress: ­code laws addressed: harassment, trespassing, and vandalism               Typology of Stalking                         ­. Celebrity Stalkers: love obsessed most prominent                         ­. Erotomanic Stalkers: believe a professional is madly in love with them;  mostly female                         ­. Domestic Violence: most common form of stalking ­women 2x likely vicitms ­violence likely involved ­power anc control                         ­. Sexually Sadistic: violent and dangerous offender choosing particular  victim to satisfy desires ­most disturbing but rarest             Effects of Stalking on Victims                         ­. Traumatic Symptoms: constant state of fear, anxiety, apprehension  borders paranoia ­depression, anger, helplessness, suicidal idelation             Safety Strategies and Threat Assessment                         ­. Restraining Order                         ­. Protection Order                         ­. Peace Bond   Chapter 11: Victims of Rape and Sexual Assault­                                   Typologies of Rape and Sexual Assault                         ­. Incest: illegal, extreme form of child abuseàtrauma                         ­. Statutory Rape: nonforcible, usually female (14­15)                         ­. Marital Rape: became crime in states in 1993                         ­. Acquaintance Rape: date or hidden rape; blame the victim                         ­. Sexual Homicide: victim of rape and homicide; offender white males             Typology of Sexual Trauma                         ­. Rape Sex: Sex without the victims consent                                     + Blitz Rape: out of blue w out any prior interaction                                     + Confidence Rape: is interaction involving deceit, betrayal or  violence                         ­. Pressured Sex: Inability to Consent ­pressures victim to take good, accept human contact, and that sexual activity is  appropriate                         ­. Sex Stress Situation: Sex with Initial Consent ­was consent initially  but then something went wrong                         ­. Workplace Harassment: confidence rape             Psychological Impact of Sexual Assault                         ­. Rape Trauma Syndrome: cluster of syndromes; actue phase and long  term process ­. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder   Chapter 13: Homicide Victims, Their Families & Community­                       Classification of Homicides                         ­. Single Homicide                         ­. Double Homicide                         ­. Triple Homicide                         ­. Mass Murder                         ­. Spree Murder: single event with 2 or more locations                         ­. Serial Murder             Typology of Offenders                         ­. Organized/Disorganized Offender ­planning the crime organized ­menatl disorder disorganized                         ­. Crime Scene Dynamics                         ­. Underclass Homicide Typology: the other fraction of murders who are  not recognized as opposed to serial killers                         ­. New Homicide Typology: victim­precipitated homicide       Chapter 14: Hate Crimes­                                       Typology of Hate Crimes                         ­. Racial                         ­. Religion                         ­. Disability                         ­. Gender                         ­. Sexual Orientation                         ­. Political             Typology of Offender Motivation                         ­. Thrill Seeking: excitement                         ­. Defensive: form prejudiced point of view, minority reps danger                         ­. Retaliatory: avenging death or violation of someone in their group,  based on rumors, could target actual person or person in group; likely lethal weapons                         ­. Mission: attempt to rid world of perceived evil             Suicide Bombers and Hate Crimes: consistent w other hate crime since they are  random and target a specific group of hated people                         ­. Terrorism             Chapter 16: Other Forms of Victimization­                     Victims of Property­Related Crime                         ­. Robbery                         ­. Burglary                         ­. Home Invasion                         ­. Car Jacking             Victims of Workplace Violence             Victims of Terrorism             Corporate Victimization             Victims of the Justice System                         ­. Victims of Wrongful Convictions                         ­. Victims of Racial Profiling and Disproportionate Penalties  


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