crime & deviance sociologists

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  • Crime and Deviance Sociologists
    • Functionalists
      • CLOWARD & OHLIN
        • 3 responses: criminal, conflict and retreatist subcultures
          • SOUTH
            • bondaried too sharp, can overlap
      • COHEN
        • status frustration, w/c boys turn to crime for wealth
    • Labelling theory
      • CICOUREL
      • PILLIVIAN
        • appearance
      • COHEN
        • deviance amplification
      • BECKER
        • moral entrepreneurs
    • Marxists
      • TAYLOR (N)
        • critical criminology, criminals have free will
      • SNIDER (T)
        • rich make law
      • CHAMBLISS(T)
        • laws protect capitalism
      • REIMAN (T)
        • rich no label
      • GORDON (T)
        • reaction to capitalism
    • Realism
      • MURRAY & HERRNSTRIN (R)
        • biological-personality social-welfare
      • WILSON & KELLING(R)
        • broken windows
      • LEA&YOUNG (L)
        • relative dep, marginalised, subcultures/ police&public relationship
    • Gender
      • WALKLATE
        • victim on trial (rape)
      • CARLEN
        • judged on character not crime/ class and gender deal
      • HEIDENSON
        • women socially controlled
      • POLLAK
    • Suicide
      • DOUGLAS
        • social meaning between cultures
      • DURKHEIM
        • egoistic, altruistic,anomic,fatalistic
  • DURKHEIM
    • Inevitable. boundary maintenance and adaption to change
    • Functionalists
      • CLOWARD & OHLIN
        • 3 responses: criminal, conflict and retreatist subcultures
          • SOUTH
            • bondaried too sharp, can overlap
      • COHEN
        • status frustration, w/c boys turn to crime for wealth
  • MERTON
    • strain theory, American dream
      • MESSNER & ROSENDELD
        • crime = illegitimate wealth
  • CHAILEEN
    • crime displacement not prevention
  • CLARKE
    • Control, punishment& victims
      • WILSON& KELLING
        • environmental crime prevention
      • WALKLATE
        • victim social contruction
      • Crime and Deviance Sociologists
        • Labelling theory
          • CICOUREL
          • PILLIVIAN
            • appearance
          • COHEN
            • deviance amplification
          • BECKER
            • moral entrepreneurs
        • Marxists
          • TAYLOR (N)
            • critical criminology, criminals have free will
          • SNIDER (T)
            • rich make law
          • CHAMBLISS(T)
            • laws protect capitalism
          • REIMAN (T)
            • rich no label
          • GORDON (T)
            • reaction to capitalism
        • Realism
          • MURRAY & HERRNSTRIN (R)
            • biological-personality social-welfare
          • WILSON & KELLING(R)
            • broken windows
          • LEA&YOUNG (L)
            • relative dep, marginalised, subcultures/ police&public relationship
        • Gender
          • WALKLATE
            • victim on trial (rape)
          • CARLEN
            • judged on character not crime/ class and gender deal
          • HEIDENSON
            • women socially controlled
          • POLLAK
        • Suicide
          • DOUGLAS
            • social meaning between cultures
          • DURKHEIM
            • egoistic, altruistic,anomic,fatalistic
    • situational crime prevention
      • CHAILEEN
        • crime displacement not prevention
  • YOUNG
    • The Hippies
  • negociable justice
    • primary (uncaught) secondary (labelled
      • LEMERT
      • LEA&YOUNG
        • response of marginalised, subcultures, relative dep
        • Ethnicity
          • PHILLIPS & BOWLING
      • REINER
        • police canteen culture racist
        • Ethnicity
          • PHILLIPS & BOWLING
      • SAMPSON
        • minority groups over polices&under protected
      • police label minorities before crime
        • chivelry thesis
          • FARINGTON
            • no difference
        • Globalisation
          • CASTELLS
            • global crime economy, demand-west supply-east
          • TAYLOR
            • deindustrialisation=crime
          • HOBBS
            • glocal organisation
          • GLENNY
            • McMafia
          • GREEN
            • state crime
          • KRAMER
            • power=crime Cambodia and Nazi laws
          • COHEN
            • state spiral of denial
          • SOUTH
            • primary-direct harm, secondary -indirect
          • WHITE
            • green criminology - harm not laws

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