- Florida International University
- Criminal Justice
- Criminal Justice 4014
Last Modified: 2014-07-14
- He believed the criminal system was corrupt. arbitrary, and secretive
- Wants equality for all citizens
2. Criminal law should not overlap moral virues
- if anyone commits the crime, you will be punished
- does not matter who you are, same punishment applies
- punishment should occur in a timely manner
- Sterilized people with traits of criminality, alcoholism, sodomy, etc
- Created miscengenation laws
- They believed neighborhood organization was instrumental in preventing or permitting delinquent careers
- Hypothesized that city development was not random, but highly patterned
- Cities grow in a series of 5 concentric zones
- Wanted to know whether crime rates would conform to the predictions suggested by the concentric zone - would the rates of crime decrease as a person moves to outward zones
- lead to: nature of the neighborhood that causes; its not the nature of the individual within the neighborhood
- we constantly have to have the latest update, gadget, etc, and we put strain on ourselves if we do not get it
- Growing up on a farm example & moving to the city
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