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Exam #1 Study Guide Chapters 1, 2, 3 and 4 Chapter 1: Crime and the Problem of Social Control Key Terms and Concepts: Criminal justice vs. criminology * types of crime I (misdemeanor vs. felony) * local vs. state. vs. federal CJ * components of CJS * goals of CJS * wedding cake * funnel effect * steps in CJS * CJS process * ways to view CJS * types of crime II (property vs. street vs. WCC) * steps in CJS * different perspectives (rehabilitation; due process; non-intervention; justice; crime control) * cost of crime I * consensus vs. conflict model * due process and individual rights * evidence-based practice in CJ * what does multiculturalism and diversity in CJ mean? Chapter 2: Nature and Measurement of Crime Key Terms and Concepts: Crime data and social policy * types of violent crime * part I vs. part II data* crime definition* ways to gather crime: UCR * NIBRS * self report surveys * NCVS * know patterns of regional crime rates * prospective vs. retrospective designs * crime patterns (race, gender, age, social class, firearms, environment) * dark figure of
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