Criminology – A Critical Understanding of Crime 2021

This Course helps you Understand How Criminology Makes Sense of Crime, Harm, Conflict, and Victimization.

Hi, I’m Tony Sale, a former law-enforcement officer. For professional reasons and passion, I’ve been studying crime for many years. Now, I decided to share with you what I’ve learned.

What you’ll learn

  • The criminology course invites you to develop what can be called your “critical understanding of crime”..
  • They know the main criminological theories.
  • Understand the Sociology of Crime.
  • Provide a definition of what criminology is and the subject matter it pertains to.

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 1 lecture • 2min.
  • What is crime and criminology –> 1 lecture • 8min.
  • The Criminal System –> 1 lecture • 9min.
  • The Juvenile Judicial System –> 1 lecture • 8min.
  • Measuring Crime –> 1 lecture • 10min.
  • Crime Statistics in UK e USA –> 1 lecture • 10min.
  • Measuring Crime – Differences between UCR and NCVS –> 1 lecture • 6min.
  • Measuring Crime – Case Study –> 1 lecture • 9min.
  • Measuring Crime – UCR and NIBRS –> 1 lecture • 5min.
  • Research Methods in Criminology –> 1 lecture • 12min.
  • Characteristic of Crime and Criminals –> 1 lecture • 11min.
  • Age And Gender Crime Differences –> 1 lecture • 9min.
  • Minorities Rates Crimes –> 1 lecture • 7min.
  • What is Victimology –> 1 lecture • 8min.
  • Theories of Criminology –> 1 lecture • 7min.
  • Theories of Criminology – Classicism –> 1 lecture • 7min.
  • Classicism vs. Positivism –> 1 lecture • 9min.
  • Positivism – Lombroso’s Theories –> 1 lecture • 9min.
  • Emile Durkheim and the Anomie –> 1 lecture • 7min.
  • The Chicago School and Crime –> 1 lecture • 9min.
  • Crime Typologies –> 1 lecture • 9min.
  • Crime Typologies – Serial Murder –> 1 lecture • 9min.
  • Crime Typologies – Mass Murder –> 1 lecture • 5min.
  • Crime Typologies – Spree Murder –> 1 lecture • 5min.
  • Case File: The Virginia Tech Massacre –> 1 lecture • 9min.
  • White Collar Crimes –> 1 lecture • 9min.
  • What is Cybercrime? –> 1 lecture • 9min.
  • Organized Crime –> 3 lectures • 27min.

Criminology - A Critical Understanding of Crime 2021

Requirements

  • The course is designed for all study levels..
  • No previous criminological specific education is required.
  • Crime obsessed people.

Hi, I’m Tony Sale, a former law-enforcement officer. For professional reasons and passion, I’ve been studying crime for many years. Now, I decided to share with you what I’ve learned.

This criminology course provides more than 4 hours of video, every topic is covered with videos, statistics, case studies. The course uses theory, research, to determine why people commit crimes. It also explores the social impact of crimes on victims and communities and goes on to consider how social scientists and criminologists, study and seek to understand problems of crime.

At the end of each video, you may test your learning advancement with the available quiz.

The course invites you to develop what can be called your “critical understanding of crime”.

Who is this course for:

  1. The course is designed for all study levels
  2. No prior criminological education is required
  3. If you want to understand why people commit a crime
  4. Crime obsessed people
  5. Journalists, bloggers, and podcasters who cover real crime topics
  6. Psychology, and sociology students

After studying this course, you should be able to:

  1. Provide a detailed definition of ‘crime’
  2. Know the main criminological theories
  3. Understand the Sociology of Crime
  4. Demonstrate that ideas about what a crime is and what it is not are often contested
  5. Provide a definition of what criminology is and the subject matter it pertains to
  6. Understand what criminologists ‘do’
  7. Develop and use criminological imagination to think about problems of crime and justice in new ways, going beyond everyday understandings.

Structure of the course:

  1. Intro to the course
  2. What are crime and criminology (You’ll learn the meaning and the purpose of criminology)
  3. The Criminal System (The Structure of Criminal Justice System)
  4. The Juvenile Judicial System (The primary objective of processing juveniles)
  5. Measuring Crime (Stats are important to monitor crime across time)
  6. Crime Statistics in UK e the USA (Crime Data Statistics Providers)
  7. Measuring Crime (Differences between UCR and NCVS)
  8. Measuring Crime  (Case Study)
  9. Measuring Crime  (UCR and NIBRS)
  10. Research Methods in Criminology (You’ll learn about Theory and Methodology)
  11. Characteristic of Crime and Criminals (Comparing crime rates)
  12. Age And Gender Crime Differences (Variations in Age and Gender in Crimes)
  13. Minorities Rates Crimes (The Crime rate among minorities)
  14. What is Victimology (Victimology includes the study of victimization)
  15. Theories of Criminology (Classicism and Positivism approaches)
  16. Theories of Criminology  (Classicism)
  17. Classicism vs. Positivism (The differences between Classicism and Positivism)
  18. Positivism – Lombroso’s Theories (Influence of Positivism in modern criminology)
  19. Emile Durkheim and the Anomie (French sociologist Durkheim had a great influence on criminology)
  20. The Chicago School and Crime (The Social Disorganization Theory)
  21. Crime Typologies (Esploring Crime Typologies)
  22. Crime Typologies  (Serial Murder)
  23. Crime Typologies  (Mass Murder)
  24. Crime Typologies  (Spree Murder)
  25. Case File: The Virginia Tech Massacre (Casefile and Violent Crime Trends)
  26. White Collar Crimes (When the crime is financial in nature)
  27. What is Cybercrime? (Cybercrime, a new form of criminal activity)
  28. Organized Crime (An overview of Organized Crime)
    Crime organizations – The Mafia
    Outlaw Motorcycle and Prison Gangs
    Urban Street Gangs and Urban Violence

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