Exam 1 - Review Guide Examination I Be sure you have...

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Review Guide Examination I Be sure you have thoroughly read and understand the material in chapters 1 – 2, information from Chapt 13 on drugs and crime. The following topics you should pay close attention to for the first examination. Crime Vs. Deviance 1. Does it mean the same thing 2. Examples of both Definition of Criminology 1. Components of any scientific discipline (objectivity, wheel of science, disciplinary vs. interdisciplinary) 2. Understand progression of fields from disciplinary to interdisciplinary 3. Where is criminology in this evolution? Be familiar with Time Line of Criminological Theories 1. Lombroso and his theory 2. Move to biology and psychology once positivist thought started to competed with classical thought 3. Classicalism and its components/Positivism and its components Be able to delineate between classical theory and positivist theory 1. Basic premises of both 2. Similarities and Differences 3. Evolution of criminology from classical explanations to positivist explanations
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