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CRJ 512

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CRJ 512 Week 1 Assignment Classical School of Criminology and Present Day Crime and Crime Prevention    Classical School of Criminology and Present Day Crime and Crime Prevention. Due by Day 7. The primary argument of the classical school of criminology is that offenders commit .....
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Criminological Time Periods   In Chapter 1 of the primary text, Siegel explores the relationship between "crime and criminology" (2015). After reading this chapter, provide a detailed evaluation of various sociological schools of crime causation, as well as the theories associated wi.....
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CRJ 512 Week 1 Journal   The article “Does the Perceived Risk of Punishment Deter Criminally Prone Individuals? Rational Choice, Self-Control, and Crime” examines the relationship between the perceived risk of punishment and criminal behavior (Wright, Caspi, Moffit, & Paternoster.....
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CRJ 512 Week 2 Assignment Victim’s Role in Victimization   Victim’s Roles in Victimization. Due by Day 7. In Chapter 3 of the text, Siegel discusses victims and victimization. Victimization theories argue that victims are sometimes responsible for their own victimization. There are t.....
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Crime Data and Trends. 1st Post Due by Day 3. In Chapter 2 of the primary text, Siegel discusses the nature and extent of crime (2015). After reading this chapter, discuss in detail the three different ways crime is recorded in our country. Elaborate on each of the strengths and weaknesses of eac.....
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CRJ 512 Week 2 Journal   Week Two Journal. Due by Day 7. The article “Is It Important to Examine Crime Trends at a Local ‘Micro’ Level?: A Longitudinal Analysis of Street to Street Variability in Crime Trajectories” discusses the impact of criminal proceedings on crime victims as sec.....
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CRJ 512 Week 3 Assignment Conflict Criminology and Sociology   The concept of critical criminology has been prevalent among criminologists for decades. A derivative of Marxist Theory, the primary focus of conflict criminology is the disparities linked to economic, social, and politic.....
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Conflict Theory and Modern Society. 1st Post Due by Day 3. In Chapter 8 of the primary text, Siegel discusses social conflict and critical criminology (2015). After reading this chapter, discuss what conflict criminology is, and how it contributes to crime in today’s society. Discuss how relative.....
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Controlling Violent Crime. Due by Day 7. There are many factors that can be associated with the cause of violent crime. Research suggests that some of the factors include severe mental health abnormalities, children who are consistently exposed to violence at home, firearm availability, the indep.....
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In Chapter 10 of the primary text, Siegel discusses different forms of violent crimes; specifically, he discusses the different degrees and types of homicide (2015). After reading this chapter, discuss the different degrees of homicide and the elements needed for each degree, as well as the diffe.....
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Social Bonding Theory. Due by Day 7. Travis Hirshi’s social bonding theory is a form of social control. While other criminological theories attempt to explain why crime occurs, social bonding theory explains why people conform to the norms of society and away from deviant and antisocial behaviors.....
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In Chapter 7 of the primary text, Siegel (2015) discusses social control theories, specifically Travis Hirschi’s social bonding theory (1969). Critique the distinct differences between control theories and criminological theories, critique the major components of the various biological schools of.....
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Criminological Research Paper. Due by Day 7. Offenders commit crimes for different reasons. Criminological theories attempt to explain why crimes occur. For the Final Paper, you will evaluate the theoretical study of crime and crime causation by examining the crime of an offender and applying a c.....
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White Collar Crime Defined. 1st Post Due by Day 3. In Chapter 12 of the primary text, Siegel (2015) defines white collar crime and describes the profile of the typical white collar offender. In your initial response to this week’s discussion, define white collar crime and economic crime in your o.....
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