What Makes a Criminal?

What Makes a Criminal?

21 August 0

What Makes a Criminal? CRJ305 – Criminology Colorado State University Global What makes a criminal? It is a question that makes us all stop and ponder “how could someone do that, what happened in their lives to make them that way?” Serial killers are probably considered the most interesting criminals of our day and age […]

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Type of Crime

Type of Crime

21 August 0

Type of Crime CRJ305 Criminology Colorado State University – Global There are many different types of crimes that one can commit, some more serious than others. It is not fully understood why these crimes are committed, but through the years theorists have put together different schools of thought to better explain different types of crime. […]

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Critical Criminology

Critical Criminology

21 August 0

Critical Criminology CRJ305 – Criminology Colorado State University – Global Critical criminology is dynamic; it takes a wide range of perspectives and theories of crime, and looks for ways to provide alternatives to the ways crime and the discipline of criminology are explored.Critical criminology consists of five major types of theoretical approaches: Labeling, Conflict, Feminist, […]

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Comparing Biological and Psychological Theories of Crime

Comparing Biological and Psychological Theories of Crime

21 August 0

Comparing Biological and Psychological Theories of Crime CRJ305 – Criminology Colorado State University – Global Theories allow us to explain aspects of the world that would otherwise seem unexplainable. They allow us to take known facts about certain aspects, in addition to notions we aren’t sure of, and help us create a possible answer. All […]

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Merton’s Modes of Individual Adaptation And Juvenile Delinquency

Merton’s Modes of Individual Adaptation And Juvenile Delinquency

21 August 0

Merton’s Modes of Individual Adaptation And Juvenile Delinquency CRJ305 – Criminology Colorado State University – Global Juvenile delinquency is a problem that all societies deal with. In this regards, the phenomenon is present in every group, class, area, caste or religion. Juvenile delinquency is the violation of societal values and norms by young individuals who […]

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CRJ 305 Week 3 Discussion 2

CRJ 305 Week 3 Discussion 2

08 October 0

Identify a crime or criminal issue that you believe has a law enforcement solution. Considering the Problem Analysis Chart (Step 8) in Crime Analysis for Problem Solvers in 60 Small Steps (assigned reading for Week Two) and the Twenty Five Techniques of Situational Prevention chart, propose a potential solution to the crime or criminal issue you identified. Explain how […]

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