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CJ1002 Exam 2 Study Guide

by: Zach Siegert

CJ1002 Exam 2 Study Guide Introduction to Criminology

Zach Siegert
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Chapters 4-9
Morgan Steele
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Criminal Justice
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Zach Siegert on Sunday March 13, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Introduction to Criminology at University of Cincinnati taught by Morgan Steele in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 21 views. For similar materials see Criminology in Criminal Justice at University of Cincinnati.

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Date Created: 03/13/16
Introduction to Criminology Exam 2 Study Guide Things that will be covered on the exam Rational Choice Theory -Three components of deterrence Situational Crime Prevention Crime Triangle How these techniques prevent crime Trait Theory Psychological -what personality characteristics are common in criminal and antisocial adolescents Biosocial Intervening to prevent criminal behavior How biology can impact criminal behavior Evolution and crime Where does crime come from, according to Behavioral Genetics How does neurology explain criminal behavior Social Structure Theories -policy implications Social Disorganization: -what three factors lead to social disorganization -what is the primary cause of crime Collective Efficacy -how does collective efficacy work to prevent crime Institutional Anomie / Strain -what causes strain Social Process Theories -how does socialization lead to crime -what institutions can people be socialized through Social Learning -how is crime learned -Techniques of Neutralization Social Bond -how is crime controlled Labeling -effects of the criminal label Developmental Theories -understand how these theories believe people change throughout their life course Self-Control -understand how self-control is assumed to impact a person’s life Age-Graded -how do major life events help people turn their lives around Developmental Taxonomy -how does this theory explain the age-crime curve Critical Criminology [extra credit] -what is the root of all crime, according to this theory -how do critical criminologists define crime -how do the wealthy cause crime -how do critical feminists explain criminal behavior in men Definitions -general deterrence -specific deterrence -bounded rationality -traits -personality -social disorganization -strain -collective efficacy -the Code of the Streets -socialization -population heterogeneity -state dependence -age of onset -life-course persistent offender -adolescence limited offender Extra Credit -marginalization [extra credit] -State-organized violence


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