Crime and Deviance - Sociologists

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  • Crime and Deviance Sociologists
    • Functionalism
      • Durkheim
        • Inevitable; boundary maintenance and adaptation to change
      • Cloward and Ohlin
        • 3 responses; criminal, conflict and retreatist subcultures
          • South
            • Boundaries are too sharp, they can overlap
      • Merton
        • Strain theory, American Dream
          • Messner and Rosenfeld
            • Crime = illegitimate wealth
      • Cohen
        • Status Frustration; w/c boys turn to crime for wealth
    • Interactionism and labelling theory
      • Becker
        • Moral Entrepreneurs
      • Cohen
        • Deviance amplification
      • Cicourel
        • Negotiable justice
      • Lemert
        • Primary (uncaught) Secondary (labelled)
      • Young
        • The Hippies
      • Pillivan
        • Appearence
    • Realism
      • Lea and Young (L)
        • Relative dep, marginalised, subcultures/ police and public relationship
      • Wilson and Kelling (R)
        • Broken Windows
      • Murray and Herrnstien (R)
        • Biological - personality Social - welfare
    • Suicide
      • Durkheim
        • Egotistic, altruistic, anomic, fatalistic
      • Douglas
        • Social meaning between cultures
    • Gender
      • Carlen
        • Judged on character not crime/ class and gender deal
      • Alder
        • Liberation Thesis
      • Heidenson
        • Women socially controlled
      • Walklate
        • Victim on trial (****)
      • Pollak
        • Chivalry Thesis
          • Farington
            • No difference
    • Ethnicity
      • Phillips and Bowling
        • Police label ethnic minorities before crime
      • Sampson
        • Minority ethnic groups over policed and under protected
      • Lea and Young
        • Response of marginalised, subcultures, relative dep.
      • Reiner
        • Police canteen culture racist
    • Marxists
      • Reiman (T)
        • Rich no label
      • Chambliss (T)
        • Laws protect capitalism
      • Gordon (T)
        • Reaction to capitalism
      • Snider (T)
        • Rich make law
      • Taylor (N)
        • Critical criminology, criminals have free will
    • Crime and Media
      • Hall
        • 70s mugging distraction from capitalism crisis
      • Wall
        • 4 types of computer crime; trespass, violence, ***********, deception
      • Cohen
        • Mods and Rockers
      • Schramm
        • Media influences child criminals
      • Cohen and Young
        • News values
      • Gerbner
        • Media consumption and crime fear correlation
    • Control, punishment and victims
      • Faucault
        • Prison control over mind and body
      • Wilson and Kelling
        • Environmental crime prevention
      • Miers
        • Positivist patterns, victim contribution
      • Clarke
        • Situational crime prevention
          • Chaileen
            • Crime displacement not prevention
      • Walklate
        • Victim social construction
    • Globalisation
      • Castells
        • Global crime economy - demand-west, supply-east
      • Taylor
        • Deindustrialisation = crime
      • Kramer
        • Power = Crime. Cambodia and Nazi laws
      • Hobbs
        • Global organisation
      • Cohen
        • State spiral of denial
      • Glenny
        • McMafia
      • South
        • Primary; direct harm, Secondary; indirect
      • Green
        • State crime
      • White
        • Green criminology - harm not laws

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