NEW CRIMINOLOGY

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  • Created on: 27-04-18 13:47
ORIGINS
Taylor, Walton and Young had roots in interac and marxism - felt like neither could fully exp C&D, so combined them
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THE FULLY SOCIAL MODEL OF DEVIANE
7 elements need to be considered to fully understand crime
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1. WIDER ORIGINS OF THE DEVIANT ACT
What was happening in that society; social, political, eco issues?
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2. IMMEDIATE ORIGINS OF THE DEVIANT ACT
Why did this individual choose to commit crime when others didn’t?
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3. THE ACTUAL CRIME
Does the individual have the opportunity to commit the crime; option easily achievable?
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4. THE IMMEDIATE ORIGINS OF SOCIAL REACTION
How do: Witnesses and People significant to the offender react?
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5. WIDER ORIGINS OF SOCIAL REACTION
States response to the behaviour? How are the CJS, media and wider public influenced by the state and responses?
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6. OUTCOME OF SOCIAL REACTION ON DEVIANTS FURTHER ACTION
What is the impact of the social reaction? Does it influence future behaviour?
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7. NATURE OF THE DEVIANT PROCESS AS A WHOLE
They argue not only do they need to be considered, but also how they need to be considered in relation to one another
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SIMPLIFIED VERSION:
Square of Crime (L.Realism
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THE FULLY SOCIAL MODEL OF DEVIANE

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7 elements need to be considered to fully understand crime

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1. WIDER ORIGINS OF THE DEVIANT ACT

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2. IMMEDIATE ORIGINS OF THE DEVIANT ACT

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3. THE ACTUAL CRIME

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