Crime & Deviance - Theorists

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Crime is inevitable, it helps remind others of ** and boundaries of society
Durkeheim
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Crime is a result of strain theory, a mode of adaption
Merton (Functionalist)
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Young w/c feel status frustration which leads to delinquent subcultures
Cohen (Functionalist sub)
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Edgework, crime among young people
Lyng (Functionalist sub)
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Focal concerns of the w/c
Miller (Functionalist sub)
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Criminogenic capitalism
Box
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Lack of female crime stats due to male dom
Heidensohn (Feminist)
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Crimes in suits/ crime in the streets
Timmer and Eitzen
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Canteen culture
Reiner
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Marginalisation, relative dep, subcultures
Lea and Young (Left realists)
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Higher rates of stop and search amongst black people
Waddington (Neo-marx)
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Global crime economy, globalisation has caused transnational crime
Castells
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McMafia
Glenny
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Glocalism
Hobbs and Dunnigham
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States reluctant to pass laws against pollution due to business
Snider (Marxist)
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Ads turn images of crime into tools for selling
Hayward and Young
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Sexual and violent crimes are newsworthy
Green and Reiner
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Media causes moral panics and anxiety over folk devils
Cohen
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Surveillance, from sovereign power to disciplinary power
Foucault
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Law reflects r/c interests and ideology, ideological smokescreen
Chambliss (Marxist)
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Selective policing, myth of the black mugger
Hall (Neo-marxist)
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Stigma causes a negative label, deviant career (mental illness and asylums)
Goffman
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Primary and secondary deviance
Lemert (Interactionist)
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Rational choice theory
Clarke and Coleman (Right realists)
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Thrill-seeking, psychological gratification
Levin and McDevitt (PoMos)
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The four social bonds stops us from committing crimes
Hirschi
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Merton (Functionalist)

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Cohen (Functionalist sub)

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Lyng (Functionalist sub)

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Miller (Functionalist sub)

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