ws1_16d - in modern Britain (10) Surveillance Control...

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Module 2 Crime and Deviance 16 Specification Area(s): Agents of Social Control You will need: Wincup and Griffiths (“Crime, Deviance and Social Control”) p. 98-112 Total Marks: 25 1. Identify Foucault’s arguments about the changing nature of social control (3) 2. Complete the following table based on Cohen’s argument about how social controls have changed (12) Widening of the Net Give examples of how this has occurred Thinning the Mesh Give examples of how this has occurred Blurring Give examples of this process Pentration Give examples of this process Power and Control www.sociology.org.uk
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Module 2 Crime and Deviance 16 3. Give examples to illustrate your understanding of crime control policies
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Unformatted text preview: in modern Britain (10) Surveillance Control Strategies Private control systems Control of space Technology Power and Control www.sociology.org.uk Module 2 Crime and Deviance 16 4. How, according to New Left Realists, can crime be prevented? (5) 5. For each of the following situational crime prevention measures: a. Briefly explain what each means. b. Give an example of the type of prevention strategy that may be involved. Offender centred (5) Victim centred (5) Environment centred (5) Community centred (5) Power and Control www.sociology.org.uk...
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