CRIMINOLOGY EXAM I[1]

CRIMINOLOGY EXAM I[1] - CRIMINOLOGY EXAM I CHAPTER 2 Know...

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CRIMINOLOGY EXAM I CHAPTER 2 Know distinction b/t part I and part ii index  crimes In past 10 years violence has decreased a lot (20%) But recently murder, assault has increased  There is also increase of robbery and murder in  December and January Property crimes peak at 16 and drop a lot after Violent Crimes peak at 18 Crimes cleared in two ways arrest or exceptional  means like criminal fled the country Instrumental (arise from money) and expressive  crimes (result of rage) Minorities are overrepresented  CHAPTER 3 50% less crimes in the country than in the city Target vulnerability (victims physical weakness or  psyc distress), target gratifiability (victim is  wealthy), target antagonism (victim has  traits/personality that causes rage or jealousy in  a criminal) Most crime is interracial
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Active precipitation – the victim act provocatively  or starts the crime
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2008 for the course SOCI 3810 taught by Professor Mcnulty during the Spring '08 term at UGA.

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