c-3 - I. Two ideal models A. Crime Control v. Due Process...

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I. Two ideal models A. Crime Control v. Due Process 1. Due Process a) Individual Rights 2. Crime Control a) Moves quickly and efficiently through court system II.Twin Studies A. Concordanence rate 1. Is greater for identical twins III. Three measures of crime A. NCR B. NCVS 1. Asks about past six months C. SR 1. Asks about 1 year D. UCR IV. Official Data A. Derived from day to day records V.Differential Association Theory = Ass Definitions = Criminal Bhavior A. Associations
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VI. Akers Social Learning Theory A. How do you stop? 1. Punish Criminal 2. Reinforce Law Abiding B. How do you start? 1. Opposite VII. Mala in se A. Wrong in itself (harmful obvious crimes) VIII. Mala prohibita A. Wrong by choice (victimless not so harmful) IX. Brown Reading – Labeling theory A. Lisa… 1. What is retrospective interpretation? X.Which Measurement is for Dark Figure A. Crimes unknown to police 1. NCVS and SR are to tap into it XI. Weakness of DA Theory?
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