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  • Created on: 18-02-16 17:16
Which one is just not accepted in society and not illegal out of Crime and Devience?
Devience
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Whats the Chivalry Thesis?
The theory that woman are let of by male police more than men because they tend to flirt their way out of things or use sympathy
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Whats Institutional Racism?
Police of a certain ethnic group could punish members of other ethnic groups and protect/defend their own
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Whats it called when foriegn workers are paid less and it often leads to them obtaining what they want illegally.
Relative Deprivation
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Whats it called when police officers arrest a particular ethnic group and this leads to them focusing on that group and missing other crimes?
Labelling
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What does the media tend to create?
A Moral Panic
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What does Anomie mean?
qhwn theres not enough opportunites for certain social classes and they turn to crime to get the money they need.
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How can someones education effect their life?
If someones in low sets it leads to low paid job and not muc income which leads to crime to get the money.
8 of 9
Whats it called when someone steals from within the workplace (pens, laptops)
White Colour Crime
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Whats the Chivalry Thesis?

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The theory that woman are let of by male police more than men because they tend to flirt their way out of things or use sympathy

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Whats Institutional Racism?

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Whats it called when foriegn workers are paid less and it often leads to them obtaining what they want illegally.

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Whats it called when police officers arrest a particular ethnic group and this leads to them focusing on that group and missing other crimes?

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