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uggen soc 4111 1 lecture 12N: Chris Uggen – Sociology 4111 1 a. finish sex b. substance use and rulemaking c. alcohol and college woodsman • Discussion questions – Reaction to film? – Realistic and unrealistic elements • Stigma • Victim-offender dyads (stranger/non) – Motivation and choices • Recidivism patterns – Low rates, “flatter” age profile – What percentage reoffend? Chris Uggen – Sociology 4111 2 sex offenders 43% other offenders 68% 50% 60% 70% 80% new arrest 3-year recidivism rates of sex offenders and others released in 1994 (source: bjs 2004) Chris Uggen – Sociology 4111 3 sex offenders 5.3% other offenders 1.3% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% any rearrest rearrest for new sex crime percent with
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uggen soc 4111 2 Any Reoffense Personal v. Non-Personal Crime Sex v. Non-Sex Personal Crime Any New Offense or Violation (153) New Personal Crime (44) Non-Personal Reoffense (109) New Sex Crime (25) New Non-Sex Personal Crime (19) Criminal History .25*** (.08) .25*** (.08) .21 # (.15) .21 # (.16) .26** (.09) .26** (.09) .26 # (.18) .27 # (.18) .09 (.29) .07 (.29) Child Victim .36* (.18) .32* (.18) .05 (.32) .00 (.32) .50* (.22) .47* (.22) -.14 (.42) -.19 (.42) .39 (.50) .35 (.50) Drug Use .16*** (.05) .16*** (.05) .19* (.08) .19* (.08) .15** (.06) .15** (.06) .11 (.12) .12 (.12) .29** (.12) .30** (.12) Age -.02** (.01) -.02** (.01) -.04* (.02) -.04* (.02) -.02* (.01) -.02* (.01) -.01 (.02) -.01 (.02) -.10** (.04) -.09** (.04) Job Stability -.55*** -.03 -.57* .12 -.54** -.09 -.47 .38 -.65 -.01 Minnesota Sex Offenders on Probation: Competing Risks Models by Reoffense Category (N=448) Chris Uggen – Sociology 4111 4 (.17) (.29) (.33) (.50) (.20) (.36) (.42) (.71) (.55) (.72) Sex Off. Treatment -.11 (.18) .16 (.22) -.28 (.32) -.11 (.40) -.04 (.21) -.19 (.27) -.05 (.44) .45 (.59) -.53 (.48) -.19 (.56) Job * Sex Treatment -.78* (.36) -1.13* (.65) -.64 # (.43) -1.24 # (.88) -1.27 (1.07) Chi-Sq. (df) 64.4*** (6) 68.2* (7) 25.4*** (6) 27.4* (7) 43.1*** (6) 45.2 # (7) 6.9 (6) 8.8 # (7) 25.9*** (6) 26.3 (7) Gen. R 2 .134 .141 .055 .059 .092 .096 .015 .019 .056 .057 Moral panics - periods of intense public fear, in which concern about a condition goes far beyond its “actual” threat. Panics are incited and spread by moral entrepreneurs and interest groups, who warn that society is at great risk because of the moral failing of a Chris Uggen – Sociology 4111 5 great risk because of the moral failing of a “deviant” group. – Reefer Madness
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