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Criminology De Coster MEASURING CRIME – LECTURE #3 I. Official reports A. Two major sources B. Disadvantages 1. Determinants of arrest 2. Labeling arguments 3. Interactionist arguments C. Advantages II. Victimization Surveys A. Main source of data B. Advantages C. Disadvantages III. Self-report surveys A. How the data is gathered B. Advantages C. Disadvantages DEMOGRAPHIC CORRELATES OF CRIME & THE PRINCIPLES OF CAUSALITY – LECTURE #4
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Unformatted text preview: I. Definitions A. Correlate B. Disproportionate Representation II. Demographic Correlates A. Age 1. Official data 2. Self-report data B. Sex 1. Official data 2. Self-report data C. Race 1. Official data 2. Self-report data D. Social Class 1. Official data 2. Self-report data III. Correlation is not Causation - Hirschi and Selvins 3 criteria of causality A. Association/correlation B. Nonspurious C. Temporality...
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