CRIME & DEVIANCE

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A Levels Sociology (CRIME & DEVIANCE ) Mind Map on CRIME & DEVIANCE, created by riacooke4 on 04/10/2014.
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CRIME & DEVIANCE
1 Quantitative data
1.1 Official Crime Statistics
1.1.1 Perspectives
1.2 Victim Surveys (CSEW)
1.3 Self-report Studies
1.4 Crime as socially patterned behaviour
2 Qualitative data
2.1 Ethnographic research
2.2 Participant observation
2.3 Unstructured interviews
2.4 Compare and contrast with quantitative data
3 Theories
3.1 Positivism & biological theories
3.2 Functionalism & strain theory
3.3 Ecological/environmental theories
3.4 The nocturnal economy & crime
3.5 Subcultural
3.6 Interactionism/labelling
3.7 Classical Marxism
3.8 Neo-Marxism
3.9 The New Criminology
3.10 New Left Realism
3.11 Right Realism
3.12 Control Theory
4 Mass media & crime
4.1 Moral Panics
4.2 Deviancy Amplification
4.3 Social Construction of crime
4.4 News values and agenda setting
5 Social distribution of crime: gender
5.1 Feminist Theories: Marxist, Radical & Post Modernist
5.2 Patterns of Offending, Victimization & Punishment
5.3 Changing Ideology of Femininity and Masculinity
6 Social distribution of crime: race
6.1 Inter Minority Ethnic Group Differences (IMEGD)
6.2 Intra-Racial Crime
6.3 Policing & Institutional Racism
6.4 The Stephen Lawrence Inquiry
6.5 Patterns of Offending, Victimization & Punishment
6.6 Stop and Search
7 Globalization & crime
7.1 Globalized crimes e.g Web based
7.2 Global Trade in drugs, weapons & people
7.3 Global Corporate Crime
8 Green crime
8.1 Environmental Offences
8.2 Extent and Enforcement of Green Crime
8.3 Crimes against Non-Human Species
9 Human rights & state crime
9.1 International rules and norms
9.2 Violation of International rules and norms
9.3 State Crimes
9.4 Human Rights Violations
10 Suicide
10.1 Why are Sociologists interested in studying suicide?
10.2 What is the suicide rate?
10.3 How have Sociologists tried to apply theory & concepts to suicide
10.4 Can suicide have social causes?
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