ECON327 - ALL TERM NOTES-1

ECON327 - ALL TERM NOTES-1 - Sheet1 Page 1 ECON 327: NOTES...

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Unformatted text preview: Sheet1 Page 1 ECON 327: NOTES FROM ENTIRE COURSE 1 | P a g e EECON 327: The Entire Course Table of Contents Criminology ................................................................................................................................................................................. 4 The Long History ..................................................................................................................................................................... 4 History of Criminology to 1960s& ....................................................................................................................................... 4 Emile Durkheim and Functionalism .................................................................................................................................... 4 The Chicago School ............................................................................................................................................................. 4 World War II 0 2 New Strands of Functionalism .................................................................................................................. 4 Radical/Marxist Theory ....................................................................................................................................................... 4 Inept Parenting (Current Theory) ....................................................................................................................................... 5 1960s: Gary Becker~ s Model ................................................................................................................................................... 5 The Method of Analysis ...................................................................................................................................................... 5 The Tipping Point .................................................................................................................................................................... 6 National Crime Reporting ........................................................................................................................................................... 6 The Uniform Crime Report ..................................................................................................................................................... 6 Part I: The Crime Index ....................................................................................................................................................... 6 Part II: Non-index Crime ..................................................................................................................................................... 7 The Crime Rate ................................................................................................................................................................... 7 Limitations of the UCR ........................................................................................................................................................ 7 Limitations of the UCR ....
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This note was uploaded on 01/12/2011 for the course ECON 327 taught by Professor Malone during the Winter '08 term at University of Michigan.

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ECON327 - ALL TERM NOTES-1 - Sheet1 Page 1 ECON 327: NOTES...

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