rendevous subject. a meeting place for disciplines.
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Sutherland and Cressey 1960
criminology is the body of knowledge regarding crime as a social phenomenon. it includes within its slope the process of how law making, breaking law and reactions to breaking the law.
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the first wisdom of sociology is not everything is what they seem
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Cesare Beccaria 1734-94
famous work "On crimes and punishment" (1764)
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Discipline and punishment. Surveillance and discipline in society.
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Beccaria and Bentham
founders of classicism
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evidence shows each generation views the next are more deviant
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societies subject every now and then to moral panics
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number of countries that abolished the death penalty doubled from 48 to 97
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DP was a cultural universal. 250 years ago. every society had used it.
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Garland 2010 peculiar institution
1) use in western world. illegal in europe, australia, new zealand, canada and south africa. 2) use of DP betweeen states. exists in 32 states. southern states.3) peculiar measure to deter individuals but sentences undergo review 4) use on blacks.
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Huff et al 2001
criminological view vs public opinion. criminologists view DP as racist, fraught with error, little crime control, barbaric.
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Patermoster and Brame 2008
out of touch with human life
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Hopkins Burke 2014
scientific knowledge intense cases should be considered to be superior to public opinion on criminological issues
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Hale et al 2016
decision to record a reported incident is a "negotiated outcome"
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Selin and Wolfgang 1964
devised a weighting index for specific crimes stating this would provide a more accurate overview of the crime problem between cities.
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Sherman et al 2016
cambridge crime harm index instead of treating all crime equally.
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By 53rd birthday 1/3 males had a conviction for a standard list offence almsot half had >1 conviction
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Locke and Hobbes & Rosseau
cultural movemenet of intellectuals begin late 19th century. scientific thought opposed superstitition & intolerance questioned authority of old aristocracy.
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Muncie and Mclaughlin 2013
crime only replaced "sin" when a growing legal system goes out of social, economic and cultural changes of the industrial revolution
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Willson and Kernstein 1985
motivations of crime are individual lack of socialisation and the need for immediate gratification
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underclass. street crime ignores white collar crime
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people who due to lack of employment stand outside ordinary society excessive state welfare and dependency on social services.
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Willson and Kelling 1982
Disordely people disrespectable and obstreprous or unpredictable people panhandler.
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critique of broken windows theory
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situational crime prevention encompasses reducing crime strategies directed at types of crime meaning crimes are more difficult to commit.
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Young 1986, Young and Mathews 1999, Currie 2007
grew as a response to right realism. related to marxism rather than focus on crimes of the powerful focus on the powerless.
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Akers and Sellers 2008
crime might be socially constructed but its real.
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professional crimes engaged in violence crime are a minor problem compared to domestic violence
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Lea and Young
focus on particular notions of relative deprivation. more important as society becomes more unequal.
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greater gap between rich and the poor since industrialisation
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lea and young 1984
the organisation of the community in an attempt to pre-empty crime is the at most important.
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restorative justice practices emerging out of the importance of victim perspecties and reinserting victimisation to the criminal justice system.
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a biological trait found in an individual "atavism" 1) primitive behaviour 2) linked with darwin 3) physical deficits. 4) savage 5) biologically inferior 6) mentally and physically warped. criminal man.
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rafter & gibson
the criminal woman. percentage of women who were criminal is less than men
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female offender has a "virile cranium" an overabundance of body hair
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characteristics like a man rather than a woman
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C.F Simpson 2000
Lombroso believes female criminality due to altered thinking
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Harrington and Nee 2005
the females involved in crime are dominated by male characteristics
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Enrico ferri (1856) Garofalo (1880)
people are biologically inferior. they cant be rehabilitated for emphasised importance or additional factors: social and environmental.
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Langstrom et al 2015
A 37 year old nationwide study having a father convicted of a sexual offence increased likelihoood being convicted compared with men without a sexually aggressive father.
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hysteria about crimes implications to Langstroms study nature v nurture debate.
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freud's idea 44 juvenule thieves.(1946)
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id-pleasure principle. ego-reality principle. superego-morality principle.
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differential association 1) attitudes are learned 2) through interactions with others. highly influential
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emerged in 1970s. behaviourism and cognitive psychology. bobo doll experiment. groups of infants watched a film of adults attacking a bobo doll social learning takes place via observation and media role models.
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changing designs of products e.g. cars can reduce crime manually
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increasing natural surveillance can decrease burgulary
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Cohen and Felson 1979
linked with rational choice theory but focuses on the three main components in the commission of crime.
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Mayhew et al 1976
crime of opportunity
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cohen & felson 1979
activity thesis a way of thinking theory and action. highlights the problem of punitive responses to crime. the crime triangle.
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groff, weisburd, morris 2009
victimisation cannot occur without a motivated offender but the model emphasises that element
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intelligence a cause feeble mindedness low intelligence is a result of poverty and other social factors.
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Yochelson & Janerou
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reasoning and moral development - 4 main stages.
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moral reasoning- 3 levels, 6 stages, not a theory but some support betweeen immature moral development to delinquent conduct.
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Eysenck's biosocial theory
1) extraversion 2) extroversion 3) neuroticism.
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Gottfredson & Hirschi (1990)
sociological, biological, psychological, economic. unable to provide explanations of criminal behaviour. Element of criminality is the absence of the self. low self control.
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Akers and Sellers
left realists critical criminologists who recognise the reality of crime
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left realism was a political aimed at privided a left social democratic response to demonstrate liberal conservative consensus
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capital accumulation sustains capitalism. produces a population of people not required by production.
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consequences of high unemployment are more devastating than those of high neighbourhood poverty
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deprivation is dismay to the relative well being of those who below on the social heirachy and unfairly advantaged they make too less a living if it is not as good as ones own
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white collar crime is a crime committed by a person of high status on the act of his occupation
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reiman and leighton 2012
CJS favours upper class white collar criminals less likely to be prosecute or face the same sentence as lower class.
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white collar crime is serious yet it is addressed leniently.
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political and economic processes
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Green and Ward 2005
State crime is illegal for deviant activities perpertated by the state agencies
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Private military services are enjoying a period of sustained growth
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Mullins and Rothe 2008
international state crime in DRC. globalisation and financial market. linked with resource extraction gold, diamonds, car emissions scandal
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Lynch et al, Mckie 2018, Kramer 2012
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pearce and tombs 2009
toxic capitalism. corporate crime & chemical industry
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stretesky et al 2013
treadmill of production
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Mckie et al
upper class led by punishment environmental regulaton some which are insignificant penalties include fines for violations
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Barak, Flavin & Leighton 2001
economistic focused on the role of the economic system rather than gender, race etc.
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fails to address patriarchy and links with feminist perspectives
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Barak, Flavin, Leighton 2001
what about intersectionality and a combination of all factors.
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masculinities not the same as men. in relation to women and other men
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studies of crime in masculinities & crime
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hooligan. iconic figure is a something else. a new breed of man
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heidensohn & silverston 2012
second wave feminist developed crique respect not deviance on mens crime 1) distortion-depicted in terms of stereotypes 2) marginilised- theories only about males
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Daly and Chesney Lind 1988
three pillars 1) generalisabilty 2) gender ratio 3) intellectual sexism
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double deviance women treated more harshly as offending not only an offence by law but goes against feminity.
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prison used less for seriousness of crime more if crime contradicts understanding of female role society i.e. if not a mother, if not in stable relationship
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**** victims on trial have to prove respectability to be credible
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carol smart 1989
found judge making sexist, victim blaming remarks on **** cases.
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freda adler 1975
increased independence causes them to commit crimes linked with men. the laddette, the mean girl, the female gangster.
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many of the characteristics found in savages and in the coloured races are also found in delinquents.
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thatcher-swampies by alien cultures law and order response.
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race hate "a crime police will not solve fewer than 2/10 allegations followed up by the police.
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phillips and bowling
Vagrancy Act 1824 suspicion. 1981-operation swamp. scarman report- racial disadvantage. a fact of british life. pace 1984- a reasonable suspicion of wrongdoing.
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S.44 Terrorism Act 2000- sharp increase in the use of power esp after 7/7 2005 esp in Muslims
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Black police relationships as new social movements.
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Bowling et al 2004
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Cheliotis and Liebling 2006
Black and Asian prisoners treated unfairly compared to whites. 42% of blacks agreed, 41% asian, 30% chinese, 9% white agreed.
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clancy et al 2001
victims and witness descriptions only available for 40% of incidents
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the sentence of drug importation offences along similar lines to violent offences based on drugs weight blogs a number of minority ethnic male and female. drug mates now the prisons of england and wales.
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hooligan a history of respectable fears.
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wayne et al 2008
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chitsabesan et al 2006
19% of depression, 11% anxiety, 11% PTSD, 5% psychotic symptoms
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90% of boys, 75% girls excluded from school
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division of labour 1893- adaptations of societies to industrialisation social order based on shared values moral basis for solidarity
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robert merton 1910-2003
american dream the most dominant goal is to acquire wealth as this leads to prestige and status
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social structure and anomie. the appetites of individual are not natural they originate in specific cultures.
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Burgess, Shaw, Mckay
Social Disorginisation Theory. Crime is a social and not individual problem
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Carringdon et al and Ladal 2016. Stretesky et al
increase in violent crime. homicide sexual assault
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Sykes and Matza 1957
1957 definitions of individuals/ groups as "criminal"
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growing out of crime acting out delinquent roles. not a permanent way of life. drifting in and out
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Scully and Marolla 1985
Interview data slowed as history of drug and alcohol abuse is used as a sample of rapists to deny
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Spraitz et al 2014
found leaders of catholic church condemed the media for vilifying convicted protests and the victims of child sex abuse cases
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crime conflict between dominant and subservient cultures.
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Curasi 2015,Olafson et al 2013
students condemed poor teaching practices and lack of care for students guilty of misconduct.
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Strain theory . Introduced subcultures to study of deliqunecy. Merton interest in why lower class seemed to be non-utilitarian, malicious, negativistic.
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"deliquency" in the form of vandalism, violence seen as solution subcultures react to dominant culture based on competition and achievement subculture create a sense of community
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criminal acts are risk taken in the real world and so its not just place they are accomplished in a playful spirit
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sutherland, quinney 1970. jeffrey, chambliss 1984
it determines how laws are organised and resources are distributed
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radical criminal conflict ideology bases perspectives on crimes and laws in the belief that capitalist society precipitate
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left realists are radical criminologists who have recognised the reality of crime have softened crime.
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Chahratori & Phillips
made some general conclusion. victims indicate for some offences- robbery, fraud,forgery, homicide blacks are more often involved in suspects that might be expect from representation in the general public.
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Clancy et al
victim only available for 40% of incidents
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drug importation offences brings ethnic minority male and females to prison
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previous childrens commision BCS is congregrous of people in public areas as this i s bad.
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statistics suggest no link between young people and crime
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National Census 2001
71% of children in custody have been in care of social services compared to 3% of the general population
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1 in 4 boys suffer violence at home and 1 in 2 have been sexually abused
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31% have mental health compared with 10% general population
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15% have SEN
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Crime Survey England & wales 2008
the public felt young people committed up to half of all crime. in reality only 12%
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630 children recalled to custody following a breach of their license conditions in 2009-2010
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it took 13 years for children in prison to achieve some rights as others under childrens act 1989
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women are treated leniently in the CJS in that women captivate males in the CJS to give them lenient treatment. women account for 15% of arrests but only 5% of prison population
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Double deviance female offenders treated worse as they are on trial for crime they commit and their feminity.
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collective behaviour organised around style and symbollic meaning
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i.e. construction of the chav . the new underclass. how does it link with policing. i.e broken windows theory and situational crime prevention
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news media created public outrage about mods and rockers subcultures it aroused public concern. it began to polarise groups may have lead to delinquency
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delinquency to drift
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Cloward & Ohlin 1960
delinquency and opportunity
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Burgess, Shaw and Mackay
Social disorganisational theory
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cultural criminology. studies do not always get focus on subcultureds they use a fear of methodological approach
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culture of fear are we afraid of the wrong things?
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Newburn 2013, Reiner 1994
policing in great britain has always been a matter of image as substance
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its lyrical tendency to be micro-focused. it can and does allude to suncultures issues and themes that link to its counterparts that most consistently crime is concerned with everyday it is about life as it is experienced by artists themselves
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agency over discrimination impressions ownership over language such as ***** is this a way to claim agency over terminology that has been used to condemn ethnic minorities
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Cahill's 2011 words
womans sexuality used as weapon against personhood
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Brisman & South 2012
constructions of consumerism preventing us from addressing environmentally harmful behaviours
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media used a tool by the powerful to undermine harmful criminal behaviours
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real crime impacts the view in the same way
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two approaches to understand why representations come to be what they are.
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violence plays a role in the choice of negative consequence
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new values threshold. 1) predictability 2) simplification 3) individualism 4) risk 5) sex 6) celebrity 7) proximity 8) violence 9) graphic imagery
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agenda setting proposed the ability of news media influencing the salience of topics on public agenda
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Schlesinger & Tumbler 1992
viewing of Tv associated with development of higher levels of fear of crime
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moral panics and folk devils
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Freeman et al
examined how racial identity and different types of media frames affected viewers perceptions of suspects of criminal acts and racial groups to which the suspect belongs.
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offending is big/bad & successfully elicit victim status
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the media is the best percieved for crime
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links with labelling theory and deviancy amplification
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Bushman, Gollwitzer & Cruz 2015
violent video games as criminal
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desentisation to violence media resulting in the likelihood and acceptance of more aggressive behaviours. 20th & 21st century. 20th small link violent video games and crime
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Melmuth & Chheck 1981
is there a relationship between criminal behaviour and exposure to sexually explicit media
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Rodenhizer & Edwards 2017
43 studies between sexual media and criminal activity exposure to SEM and SVM is related to Dv and SV myths and more accepting to DV and SV exposure to SEM and SVM is positive to actual DV and Sv Victims
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media forming how the news outlets to immigration and crime
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mythen and walklate 2006
identify the way in which state communicates risks to citizens at the current time has implications for harnessing or allaying about level of risk.
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assesses how immigration has before been a matter of security in france. france has become securitized following paris attacks and over 25 years and argue migration has shifted from threat to societal and cultural security to a more traditional
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examined 8 british newpapers following 7/7 terror attacks to determined extent of stereotypical muslims employed and implications intercultural communications and terrorism prevention
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argued migration has before framed more as a security problem. 2010 Australian election where campaign migration was concerned to security.
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Lee & Thien 2014
examined media consumption as racial perceptions. increased risk of hate crime against racial groups based on singapore survey where multiracialism is a fundamentally political pillar.
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Silva et al
stereotypical targets of hate crime online looking at twitter.
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chan, ghose, seemans 2015
some evidence of a spillover from hate crime in the real world
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awan et al 2016
examined nature of online and offline anti-muslim hate crime. terrorist attacks in france and tunisia in 2015 and in South East London where Lee Rigby was murdered in 2013. offline incidents mosque vandalism ,hijab pulled off,racist graffiti
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Whittaker and Kowalski 2015
examined cyberbullying amongst college students through cyberbullying occur with a fear of social media and perceptions of cyberbullying as a frustration of features .
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lynn and williams 2016
used to protwct a political, economic, social status qou guided by the most powerful in society
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Lynch et al
Treadmill of production & ecological destruction. environmental damage occurs due to exploiting natural resources and goods to produce annd ensure goods. TOP theory applied to old
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Stretesky et al. Lynch 2001, 2004
environmental injustice contentions set out. concerning race & class bias in the law and criminal justice process
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Lynch and Mickelowski
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Stretesky & Logan 1998
siting of polluting of facilities. Blacks were more likely to be found in the superfund sites than whites. Environmental Injustice
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State corporate crime any action violating international law and public law when these actions are committed on behalf of or in the nature of the state.
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Ruggiero & South 2013
oil rich countries and TNCs and MNCS able to profit from oil exploitation
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Mckie 2018, White 2015
hegemony & ecological destruction. we live in society where elite maintain a political economic system
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current mode of production and consumption rely on harmful practices
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cultural cues to protect an ideology accepting the earth is used as a tool for human consumption
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victimological theory understanding green crime. anthropoentric - human victim. biocentric- human and non-human species. ecocentric ecosystem victims
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Spencer & Fitzgerald 2013
2010 BP oil spill victims of this corporate social responsibility. from BP was to emphasised that they had taken every BP to minimise to be type of victimisation the company was open to friendly principles.
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Brisman and South 2014, Mckie
environmental harms are socially constrcuted. applied to criminological lens
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Gossling, Peelers 2007. Wellsmith 2010
Green criminology to tourism. Tourism industry has implications for environmental harm. cheap air travel or exploitation of wildlife such as poaching of bird population (Bird Project 2017) Trophy Hunting generate source of income
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everything happens somewhere which means an action is embedded in palce and may be affected by placement
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criminal behaviour appears peristent in certain neighbourhood
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Shaw, Mackay 1992. Burgess 1925
one cannot understand social life without unneccessary arrangements of social actors in particular times, place, social factors located.
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Walter 1972, Damer 1974
slums dreadful dangerous places where criminality flourishes
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environment opportunities for crime vary from neighbourhood to neighbourhood
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space theory holds that certain features of physival settings such as indicators of territories and surveillance opportunities reduce crime. Newman proposed environmental strategied describes an uses features to defend.
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propoer design and use of the environment lead to a reduction in the fear and incidence of crime and improvement in the quality of life
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surveillance means people see what others are doing this deters people
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access constitutes the use of physical or symbolic barriers to a channel, attraction the movement of people
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territorial reinforcement denotes ownership
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Cohen & Felson 1979
well maintained property with clearly defined purposes send cues would be responding that a level of guardian
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risk theory based on the view that more aspects are framed by awareness of dangers confronting mankind at the industrial, global, local level and the need to detect strategies to confront dangers
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Links with fear of crime if people think they are at risk of crime a risk management can be employed
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stern and weiner 2006
as a new risk becomes public and political
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Innes and Fielding 2002
signal crimes refer to an incident that is influential in terms of causing a person to percieve to be at risk
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community policing across part of a form of reassurance to the public based on public safety and perception of police
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Shogan and Frydll 2004
hotspot policing a tactic of placing cops on the dots.
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Braga et al 2012
Campbell Collaboration reviewed hotspot police linked with reducing crime
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Ariel et al 2016
strong evidence suggested taking a geographical approach to crime increases effectiveness of policing
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Weisburd et al 2006, Bowers et al 2011
crime is usually not displaced to areas in the vicinity of the targeted hotspots as a result of hotspot policing
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Clarke and Weisburd 1994
diffusion of benefits of social control mechanisms to surrounding areas.
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radiation of the treatment effect
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Weisburd et al 2006
not only around corner from hotspots
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Telep et al 2014
larger geographic areas
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College of policing
police act as guardians to reduce opportunity for crime. Hospot Policing worked but for crmes including drug offences, violent crime & offender
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urban regeneration programmes in the UK over 20 years have focused on attracting investors that are middle class
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environmental urban development can be incorporated into crime prevention
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Kennedy et al 2011
risk terrain modelling (RTM) estimates of locators, places considered criminogenic are schools, bars, bus stops etc.
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high profile events criminogenic protective e.g. olympic games, fifa world cup.
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Boyle and Haggerty 2009
national and civil planners.they are political,economic and cultural events like the olympic games and world cup
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coaffee et al 2011
socio-spatial dynamics of London 2012 olympics . counter-terrorism
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weisburd et al 2011
backfire effect. if people concentrate on a certain area then criminals will change location
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croft et al 2015
does it reduce crime?
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sorg et al 2015
deterrence type of policing existed for starters
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cyberspace enabled an expansion of criminal opportunities by easing barriers to entry into criminal markets at a low risk activity.
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cohen and felson 1979
routine activity theory. most literature on cyber crime indicates activties is useful explanation for cyber crime and cyber victimisation
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felson and clarke 1998
the concept of social opportunity structures combine opportunity theory with social network theory
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in terms of the sale of carbon credits, illegal and scam websites are displayed in the same way as legal organisations with purpose of generating profit from an investment
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50 million facebook profile data without permission to build a system that could target US voted with political adverts based on their profile
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key figures in the leave campagin may have violated spending rules and attempted to destroy evidence. The £625,000 donation vote leave made to a pro-brexit youth campagin group who spent the money was not a genuine donation,
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cross-country studies have shown digital piracy is more prevalent in wealthier nations overall and should be of bigger concern than the less wealthy nations where piracy is high but not as great of a problem
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National crime agency 2018
organised crime can be defined as serious crime planned on coordinatedby people working together on a regular basis
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characteristics of organised criminals 1) business like groups: market trading systems like a normal business. associated with trafficking of industries such as animal products and pharmaceutical drugs. 2) mafia groups trafficking activities
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involved in organised crime groups but it is a new criminal that has loose ties also use internet to sell illegal pharamaceuticals
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DI Giorgio 2011
2 types of medicines sold online 1) lifestyle drugs- enhance apperance and are voluntary. drugs for erectile dysfunctional, obesity or male pattern baldness 2) opioid anagesses . substances such as stimulants, antidepressants
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substances sold that may be misused by rug addicts
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Gentilomo et al 2006
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an organised criminal group will deal with anything that will make a profit and there are profits to be made from the trade in a rare and endangered wildlife.
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the use of computer network tools to shut down criminal national infrastructures to coerce or intimidate a government or civilian population
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cyber aviation controld hacked into airplane flight plans
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introduced cyber trafficking to the use of internet for recruiting victims advertising sexual services and attracting clients
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use of new technologies trafficking minors for sexual exploitation in the US has suggested rise of mobile technologies fundamnetally trafficking landscape.
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internet is an intercontinental networking allowing the spread of illegal *********** material
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ease of access to *********** created a further market and demand for the material
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mixed evidence of this term of online activity leads to offline activity
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kingston , fedoroff , firestone , curry, bradford 2008
evidence that frequency of viewing child abuse was linked to reoffending.
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langevin and curnoe 2004
17% of sex offender sample claimed using **** for self stimulation either immediately or during the sexual crimes
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nasi et al 2015
threats of violence, slander, sexual harrassment and racism
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nasi et al 2015
most common characteristics of victims. male gender, young age, immigrant background
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lianos & mcgrath 2017
low self control and high levels of strain related cyberbullying perpetration some of this consistent with analysis of offline bullying behaviour there is interaction between strain and inability to gain personality positivity with low self control
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boes & leukfeld 2017
personal level security from cyber threats i.e. computer prevent data theft etc.
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virtual neighbourhood watch: public carrying out their own community policing
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criminal law less adaptable since the courts must interpret statutes more strictly extending reach of existing laws
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Sutherland and Cressey 1960
criminology is the body of knowledge regarding crime as a social phenomenon. it includes within its slope the process of how law making, breaking law and reactions to breaking the law.
Cesare Beccaria 1734-94