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Introduction to SCLY4 / Crime and Deviance with THEORY AND M

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Transcript of Introduction to SCLY4 / Crime and Deviance with THEORY AND M

Introduction to SCLY4 / Crime and Deviance with
THEORY AND METHODS

Overview
Crime and deviance

Methods in Context

Theory and Methods
Functions of crime?
How can crime be functional?

How can crime and deviance reinforce shared norms and values
Intro to crime, deviance and social control
Crime and deviance = social constructs

Crime = breaking the law

Deviance = breaking norms
Reading / notes
Webb et al -

p.72 - 75

Notes on Functionalism and crime and 'Strain Theory' (Merton) and crime
Crime and Deviance
Crime, deviance and social control

Punishment, Police and Courts

CAGE - crime stats'; victimisation

Global crime; state crime; 'green crime'; media and crime
Methods in Context
PET and criminological research

Social 'actors' and researching crime - criminals, deviants, police, prisons, courts
Theory and Methods
Consensus v Conflict

Macro v Micro

Social change and theories

Sociology and science

Social policy
The Sociology of Suicide
Links all aspects of SCLY4

Theory, methods and social change


"
Crime is not a "thing". It is a concept, applicable at certain times, in certain societies by those who have the power to apply that concept."
(Nils Christie)
Social construction of crime and deviance
Social construction of crime and deviance
Social construction of crime and deviance
Social construction of crime and deviance
State crime


Corporate crime


White-collar crime

'Green' crime




Power and crime
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