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Exam 2: Study Guide Durkheim and the concept of anomie: How does anomie lead to crime? What is the difference between Anomie as defined by Shaw and McKay and Anomie as defined by Merton Park and Burgess and the concept of human ecology: How does the process of human ecology lead to crime? Shaw and McKay: What were their findings? How would Shaw and McKay argue that delinquency areas evolve? What are the characteristics of delinquency areas? Kornhauser: How did Kornhauser change Shaw and McKay’s original theory? Sampson and Wilson: What is the key difference between Sampson and Wilson and Shaw and McKay’s theories? Concepts of social isolation, concentrated disadvantage, social capital, and collective efficacy What are the racial implications of Sampson and Wilson’s theory? What is the background assumption of social disorganization theory? What are the policy implications of social disorganization theory?
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