CRI 101 Chapter 2

CRI 101 Chapter 2 - • Social Class • Age • Criminal...

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Criminal Justice 3/30/2008 04:20:00 PM Chapter 2 The Nature of Crime and Victimization How is a Crime Defined? Consensus View Conflict View Interactionalist View How is Crime Measured? Record Data Survey Data Alternative Sources Crime Trends After reaching their peak in the 1990’s both violent and property crimes have  shown an overall decline. Crime Patterns – Offenders Ecological Differences Gender Race
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Unformatted text preview: • Social Class • Age • Criminal Careers ← ← Crime Patterns – Victims • Gender • Age • Income Marital Status Race • Ecological Factors • Victim-Offender Relationships • Repeat Victimization ← ← Causes of Crime and Victimization • Choice Theory • Social-Biological Theory • Psychological Theory • Social Structure Theory • Social Process Theory • Conflict Theory • Developmental Theory...
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course CRI 101 taught by Professor Lovett during the Spring '08 term at St. Thomas FL.

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