THE RISK AND PROTECTIVE
Chapters 6-12 are testable
Chapters 11 and 12 are up to you
All lecture material is testable
How do we presently measure risk?
How generalizable are risk factors?
How are risk factors causally intertwine
Chapter 9 & 10
Theoretically grounded versus conjecture
Variables can be operationalized with few
Ecological theory (The epidemiology of
crime, social disorganization)
2. Strain theory (anomie)
3. Cultural Conf
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CRIMINOLOGY 1100 Online Spring 2017
Week 1 Jan 3 to 6
ORIENTATION POWERPOINT DOCUMENT ONLINE
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Week 2 Jan 9 to 13
The Changing Boundaries of Criminology & Crime Counts
Required Reading for today: Chapter 1 & 2
Within your pre-selected groups of 5, each student will be assigned to one of the following topic areas:
Violent Crime, Property Crime, White-Collar/Corporate Crime, Organized Crime, and Public Order
Crime. In this assignment
Describe the youth crime rate by gender in your region of study- incidence and prevalence
Males are at a risk of violent victimization compared to females.
51% of the violent incidents that are accounted for are females.
152,000 are females committing
There are numerous outcomes of early sexualisation for girls. When girls are exposed to sexuality at such
a young age and look at sex as normal behaviour, they are more likely to be promiscuous themselves.
Nowadays, the ads on TV and the availability of p