La Prairie, Carol. 2002. "Aboriginal Over-Representation in the Criminal Justice System:
A Tale of Nine Cities." Canadian Journal of Criminology 44(2):181-208.
La Prairies main argument in this paper is that large Canadian cities affect the
problem of ove
Annotated Bibliography Assignment: Inequality and Criminal Justice
SOC209: Introduction to Criminology and Socio-Legal Studies
October 2, 2015
If you think about different types of social inequality in Canada,
Introduction to Criminology
What Is Crime?
Kirsten Kramar, University of Winnipeg
REPRES ENTING CRIME
AND CR I MIN ALS
When Karla Homolka was released from the
Joliette, Quebec, correctional facility in July 2005
after serving a full 12 years for manslaug
Notes for SOC231 TEST
Enlightenment: refers to the intellectual movement that developed within the hundred-year span
beginning with the English revolution and ended with the French revolution.
The leading representatives of the movement were rel
Human capital focuses way too much on the supply side.
Differences in wages are not just attributes to human capital as many other factors
affect a persons wage.
1st generation labor marker segmentation theory
Dual labor market approach
CHAPTER 2- MONTESQUIEU
Montesquieu made the first attempt at constructing a philosophy of society and history in modern
times. He sought the laws of social and historical development in studying social facts. Facts are
not studied for their own sake but f
Montesquieus Conception of Laws
Montesquieus originality with respect to sociology lies between 2 areas which are:
His classification of society into types which enables his to compare all their important
His concern with laws (the necessa
1. IS THE CANADIAN LABOR MARKET OPEN, SINGLE, AND FAIR? DOES
EVERYONE HAVE EQUAL ACCESS TO JOB OPPORTUNITIES? USE
DIFFERENT COURSE THEORIES AND CONCRETE EXAMPLES TO
SUPPORT YOUR ARGUMENT.
The labor market is an arena in which e
Marx Major Contributions
1. Society as individuals we do not choose our social structure, we are born into an existing
- social relations are important not individual ex. We are UTM students, our structure is students
of the university we
SOC209: Current Issues in Law and Criminology
*= Important topics to review
Lecture 1: Policing
Textbook: Griffiths Ch. 5 & 6
Levels of Policing (6)
Federal- Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) founded in 1873, provide