SCLY4 Crime and Deviance

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Slapper and Toombs (1999) identified three types of ruling-class crime-white-collar crime, corporate crime and ...crime
state
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According to Durkheim, crime is socially useful as the shared hatred of it enforces social...
solidarity
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According to Heidensohn (2002),this is how women committing crime AND defying gender roles are termed
doubly-deviant
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According to the MacPherson report, the police force is institutionally......
racist
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... .... Realism states that crime is largely the fault of the decline of traditional agencies and the rise of the criminal underclass
New Right
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This theorist states that youth crime is more prevalent because of a lack of social controls over youth
Hirschi
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Traditional ........ argue that the actions of the ruling-class are far more socially damaging than working-class "crime"
Marxists
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............. states that crime is socially useful at the right level
Functionalism
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According to Cohen, young working-class males experience ...... frustration
status
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Merton's four deviant adaptations are-.........., ritualism, rebellion and retreatism
innovation
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Marxists state that crime is ........ in capitalism
inherent
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This theorist observes how serious environmental crime is and how weakly enforced the laws against it are
South
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According to Wilson (1990), the growth of the ....... ..... has been instrumental in creating the criminal underclass
welfare state
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The "dark ...... of crime" refers to the amount of non-recorded crime
figure
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The ....... ..... ...... is a source of statistics which gains data from victims of crime
British Crime Survey
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This is an example of situational crime prevention
burglar alarm
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This theory believes crime is caused by individuals who feel marginalised in society
New Left Realism
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............ states that all men wish to achieve hegemonic masculinity, but if unable to do this, they sometimes form deviant subcultures centred around subordinated masculinities
Messershmidt
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The murder of this black teenager raised controversy concerning the racial attitudes of the police
Stephen Lawrence
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........... stated that people are more likely to commit crime in their local area because of "cognitive maps" (psychological perceptions of where they live)
Brantingham
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Carlen states that crimes committed by women are "crimes of the ........."
powerless
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Phillips and .......
Bowling
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Glenny states that organised crime is the "...... ......."
shadow economy
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............... say that crime is only an act that has been labelled as such
Interactionists
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According to Durkheim, crime is socially useful as the shared hatred of it enforces social...

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According to Heidensohn (2002),this is how women committing crime AND defying gender roles are termed

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According to the MacPherson report, the police force is institutionally......

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... .... Realism states that crime is largely the fault of the decline of traditional agencies and the rise of the criminal underclass

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