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SOC 4410: Exam 2 Study Guide

by: Alison Carr

SOC 4410: Exam 2 Study Guide Soc 4410

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This is a study guide for the second exam.
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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Alison Carr on Sunday March 13, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to Soc 4410 at Bowling Green State University taught by Dr. Finkeldey in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 13 views. For similar materials see Criminology in Sociology at Bowling Green State University.


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Date Created: 03/13/16
SOC 4410 Exam 2 Study Guide FROM THEOLOGY TO SCIENCE God and Demons as Causes of Crime and Deviance The Age of Reason The Classical School of Criminology The Rise of Positivism NEOCLASSICAL PERSPECTIVES Rational Choice Theory Expected Utility Model Factors Deterrence Theory Routine Activities Theory Info on Durkheim SOCIAL DISORGANIZATION THEORY/SOCIAL ECOLOGY ANOMIE THEORY Modes of Adaptations GENERAL STRAIN THEORY Types of Strain Adaptations to Strain SUBCULTURAL THEORIES Differential Opportunity Theory The Subculture of Violence The Code of the Street LEARNING THEORIES Differential Association Theory Other Learning Theories Social Learning Theory Differential Reinforcement Theory CONTROL THEORIES Neutralization and Drift Theory Social Bonding Theory Self­Control Theory LIFE­COURSE THEORIES Life­Course­Persistent/Adolescence­Limited Theory Age­Graded Theory of Informal Social Control Critical Perspective versus Positivist Perspective LABELING THEORY Relativist Definition of Crime/Deviance The Imposition of the Deviant Label Negative Consequences of Labeling Related Topics: Crime and Shame, Restorative Justice CONFLICT AND RADICAL THEORIES FEMINIST THEORIES Scope of Feminist Theory and Research (Explanations of Women’s Criminality, Women  in the Criminal Justice System, etc.) Understand how these chapters connect to the topics covered above Ex: What things in chapter 3 provide support or do not support rational choice  theory? Ex: What are some examples form the qualitative interviews in chapter 4 that  support benefits that can explain why some people engage in crime?   Ex: Explain one of the five techniques of neutralization and provide an example  from chapter 7 that fits under the technique you explain.


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