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Short Lectures • Learn with your time

    1. Intrduction

    1. What Is Criminology?

    2. The Four Perspectives of Criminology

    3. Lesson Summary

    4. Quiz 1.1

    1. Criminology

    2. Classical School

    3. Modern Influence

    4. Lesson Summary

    5. Quiz 1.2

    1. A Look at the Neoclassical School of Criminology

    2. Neoclassical Criminology: School and Theory

    3. Neoclassical Theories and Rational Choice

    4. Routine Activities Theory

    5. Lesson Summary

    6. Quiz 1.3

    1. Introduction

    1. Legal Characteristics of Crime

    2. Concurrence

    3. Other Features of Crime

    4. Lesson Summary

    5. Quiz 2.1

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