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Inas Syed RSDQ Week 3 Beyond Criminology This piece of writing was written to inform readers about the long-standing debate over criminology. For years there has been arguments over the focus of criminology and calls to reassess the whole process of it. The writing starts out by pointing out a point that I have never thought about, and I’m sure other readers haven’t either, which is, that people who commit crimes are not in a specific category. There is a whole scope of crimes that are committed but there is no special pattern that can be seen in these people. There is not a certain kind of person that commits crimes. Some crimes are outside what we wouldn’t even think of as crimes. For example some events that create little physical or financial harm without a victim, and that are covered by insurance are still considered “crime.” And on the other hand, domestic violence, corporate crime, sexual assault and police crimes are known to be legal, policy and enforcement (Hillyard, Tombs, 9-10). The writing mentions that the concentration on the events considered the
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