Criminology Assignment

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  • Bentham
  • Lombrosso
  • Criminologists Watch A Movie
  • Burgess
  • Merton
  • Lets watch a movie
  • Foucault
  • They were raised in a bad part of town and in disorder
  • It was quite natural that the guilty party was the person who had the most benefit and least cost to commit the crime
  • There you go again justifying power through utility, Bentham. To understand what happened we must discursively examine the discourse in which the the act took place. We will find that the criminal has been constituted by the power relations in which they are situated.
  • Disillusioned by reality and societal expectations the individual turned to crime.
  • They had big ears
  • Take a look at all of these images promising prosperity. The failure of the delivery of the ideal of wealth and security caused this crime. You are half right, Merton. You have scratched the surface of the discourse. It is the very idea of the American Dream we should analyze. Discursively of course.
  • We can uncover patterns of crime in certain urban areas.
  • Alessandro Fiorello 130904560 CC390 F. Wayne Morris
  • Look at the feet.
  • All of this armchair theorizing is useless. Criminals are born not made. We can clearly identify physical traits like big feet.
  • People are rational beings with free will. Criminals engage in cost-benefit analysis and commit crime when the benefit outweighs the cost.
  • I think you might have had an obsession with feet
  • Am I getting serviced or just theorized about?
  • After the movie they discuss the criminals motive
  • Look at the criminal with his unusual facial features and white hair.
  • The very concept of the criminal can be reveal through discursive analysis to reveal mechanism of power imposing itself on individuals defining them as an 'Other'.
  • Chicago School, Strain Theory and Postmodernism
  • It's the weird looking person
  • It's the person who benefits
  • We would both say to consider the social aspect but widely differ in method and substance
  • Classical and Italian school Positivism
  • Italian school Positivism and Post-Modernism
  • Who is right?
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