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Studying for Criminal Justice 104 - Summary
Get extra help studying for Criminal Justice 104: Introduction to Criminology with these fun and effective flashcard sets. These mobile-friendly study tools cover important concepts from the course, including the American criminal justice system, the elements of crime, criminology fundamentals and victimization. Other topics you can expect to study include:
- Crime patterns, trends and research
- Developmental and social conflict crime theories
- Crimes related to the economy, public order, property and morality
- Law enforcement, corrections and criminal punishments
- Violent crime, terrorism, cyber crime and political crime
- Criminology theories about traits, rational choice social structure and social processes
- Murder and sex crimes
How They Work
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- Open a flashcard set for the criminology topic you're studying.
- Identify the term or concept on the flashcard.
- Click the button to flip the card and view the answer.
- Select whether you got it right or missed it to keep track of your progress.
- Click the Next arrow to proceed through the flashcard set.
- Review the cards you missed or shuffle all cards back in and go through them again.
Criminology Basics & Elements of Crime Flashcards
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Crime Research, Patterns & Trends Flashcards
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Victimization in Criminal Justice Flashcards
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Rational Choice & Trait Theories in Criminology Flashcards
Go over trait theories in criminology, including the rational choice theory, with this set of flashcards. You'll also be able to consider somatotypes and phrenology.
Social Structure & Social Process Theories in Criminology Flashcards
This set of flashcards can help you go over social process and social structure theories that are commonly used in criminology. You'll also have the chance to consider deviance and crime.
Developmental & Social Conflict Theories of Crime Flashcards
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Overview of Violent Crime Flashcards
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Types of Murder & Sex Crimes Flashcards
This set of flashcards can serve as a study aid as you review different types of murder. These cards also focus on the definitions of sex crimes in the U.S.
Economic, Public Order, Property & Moral Crimes Flashcards
This set of flashcards can help you review moral, property, public order and economic crimes. You can go over white-collar crimes and differences in the degree of criminal acts.
Political Crime, Terrorism & Cyber Crime Flashcards
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American Criminal Justice Systems Flashcards
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Law Enforcement, Punishment & Corrections Flashcards
Work with these flashcards to review different branches of law enforcement in the U.S. You'll also be able to consider different types of punishment and how corrections work in the U.S. legal system.
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Other chapters within the Criminal Justice 104: Introduction to Criminology course
- Intro to Criminology
- Crime Categories, Characteristics & Elements
- Measuring Crime through Criminal Justice Research
- Crime Patterns & Trends
- Victimization in Criminal Justice
- Rational Choice & Trait Theories in Criminology
- Social Structure & Social Process Theories in Criminology
- Social Conflict Theories & Restorative Justice
- Developmental Theories of Crime
- Overview of Violent Crime
- Types of Murder
- Types of Sex Crimes
- Basics of Property Crime
- Economic & Public Order Crimes
- Crimes of Moral Turpitude
- Political Crime & Terrorism
- Understanding Cyber Crime
- American Criminal Justice Systems
- Law Enforcement in America
- Punishment & Corrections