The system labeling conflict radical 60s70s

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matters where u grow up, fix bad neighb. the system- labeling, conflict, radical, 60s/70s, disadvantages to some, inequalities- poor=system put them there; revolution/change system deindustrialization- 80s/90s- factories closing, no new jobs, flee cites mass incarceration- try to fix prob, make it worse, historical explanations=based on pop mode of thinking- can be false industrialization/social disorganization- where ppl live changes quickly, mass af.amer movement, causes->burgess concentric zones model- cities evolve in predictable ways, central biz district/ transition zone =crap(recent immigrants, deteriorated houses, factories, more deliq)/working class zone/residential zone(single fam houses)/commuter zone burbs shaw&mckay - spatial dist of delinq over time=consistent, same neighb=high crime: characteristics=big industrial sites, fam need relief, low status, new immigrants live, big decrease in pop, low median rent low home renters-more renters, large af.amer from rural south, large#older offenders, %unemployed Alienation/lack of hope for future- lead to violence code of street- unspoken rules, guide behavior in public, comportment(how u present urself), proper response; respect=central, self esteem provides protection cultural adaptation to lack of faith in police conservative view: culture of poverty/welfare, inner city kids aren’t raised w right values/don’t respect authority, dress inappropriate ways structure-->crime social process heterogeneous values- inner cities- commit crimes- choice- diversity values, taught by elders how to commit crime, most crimes= groups low crime neighb=same social values social disorganization theory- lack of social capital/social ties, diff social disorganization- fam social control- weaker, traditional values challenged, exposed: crime, parents not exposed to prob before, cant control kids street gangs, deliq traditions: generation transmits-next broader comm organization- disagreement, disadvantaged
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  • Fall '12
  • KristaM.Larsen
  • Sociology, social disorganization- fam, crim behavior, -official stats- crime, suppress crim behavior, intrude private lives

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