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Section. 1. Understanding Criminology
1.1. Defining Criminology
1.2. Nature and Scope of Criminology
1.3. Significance of Criminology
1.5. Inter-Relation Between Criminology, Penology and Criminal Law
1.6. Criminology and Criminal Justice System
1.7. Historical Development of Criminology
Section.2. Early Explanations of Criminology-Schools of Thought
2.1. Pre-Classical School of Criminology
2.2. The Classical School
2.3 . Neo-Classical School
2.5.Clinical School of Criminology
2.6 Sociological School of Criminology
2.7 The Modern Criminology
Unit Summary
Section. 1. Biological Theories Of Crime
Section.2. Psychological Theories of Crime
1. Criminal Thinking Patterns,
2.2. Personality Defects
2.3. Psychoanalytic Explanations
Section.3. Sociological Theories of Crime
Structural Explanations
3.1. Structural Explanations
3.2. Sub cultural Explanations
3.4. Crimes in Urban and Rural Areas
3.5. Neighborhood Influences
Section.4. Social-Psychological Theories of Crime
Control Theories,
4.1. Control Theories
4.2. Learning Theories
Unit Summary:
Section. 1. The Typologies of Crime-A General Overview
2.1. Definition and Nature
2.2. Justification and Limitation for Criminalizing Victimless Crimes
2.3. Decriminalization of Public Order Crimes
Section 3. Juvenile Delinquency
3.1. Definition
3.2 Theoretical Perspectives on Juvenile Delinquency
3.3. Juvenile Delinquency As A Male Phenomenon
3.4. Risk Factors
3.5.Delinquency Prevention
Section. 4. White-Collar Crime
4.1. Defining White Collar Crime
4.2. Relationship to Other Types of Crimes
4.3. Principles of Liability and Defences:
Section.5. Organized/Organizational Crime
5.1. Definition and Scope
5.2. Organized and International Crime:
5.3. Corporate Crime
5.4. Political Crime:
Section 6. Other Important Categories of Crime
6.1. Crimes Against International Law
6.2. Newest Crimes:
1.3 Reluctance of Victims to Report Crimes:
Section.2. Victimization
2.2. Theories of Victim Blaming:
2.3. Victimization and Its Effects:
Section.3. Victimology
3.1. Definition and Scope
3.2. Victimology and Its Variants
4.2. Historical Foundations of Restorative Justice
4.3.Three principles form the foundation for restorative justice
4.4. Applications of Restorative Justice
4.5. Programs to Attain Restorative Justice:
4.6. Key Values of Restorative Programs
1.1. Institutional Treatment of fenders
1.2. Treatment of Young Offenders:
Section 2. Punishment
2.1. Meaning and Definition
2.2. Essential Elements of „Punishment‟:
2.3. Philosophies of Punishment
2.4. Objectives of Different Types of Punishment:
3.1. Parole System:
3.2. Probation:
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