Criminology LO1 Assessment

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Theory of Evolution - Charles Darwin

1859

Criminal Man - Cesare Lombroso

1876

The Division of Labor in Society - Emile Durkheim

1893

'Suicide' - Emile Durkheim

1897

‘Somatopes’ William Sheldon

1949

'Discipline and Punish' Michel Foucault

1975

Movements

Industrialisation

1670 - 1920

Enlightenment

1700 - 1950

Theories

Spiritualism/Demonology

1500 - 1770

Classical School

1765 - 1880

Positivism

1870 - 2000

Criminals are a evolutionary "throwbacks to an earlier form of species" (Macionis; Plummer, 2012)

Functionalism

1900 - 1975

"Both the absence and the surplus of crime are socially pathological" (Hale et al., 2011:72)
All social institutions are vital to the health and success of society (Hale et al., 2011)

Panopticon Prison (revised by Foucault)

1975 - 2000

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Surveillance of criminals in prison is vital to their rehabilitation (Giddens; Sutton, 2013)