Understanding deviance by Tammy L. Anderson

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Required textbook: UNDERSTANDING DEVIANCE BY ANDERSO

Introduction and Growth of Chicago and Differentiation of Local Areas fromJuvenile Delinquency and Urban Areas, Clifford R. Shaw and Henry D. McKay

Collective Efficacy Theory: Lessons Learned and Directions for Future Inquiry, Robert J. Sampson /

  1. Shaw and McKay's delinquency studies link the growth and differentiation of Chicago to social disorganization and crime rates in city neighborhoods. Summarize the various concentric zones of the map of Chicago as discussed on pp. 109-110. Which zone has the highest rates of crime/delinquency and why?

  1. Discuss in detail Sampson's concept of collective efficacy (pp. 128-129). Do you think collective efficacy adequately is an adequate explanation for lower crime rates in city neighborhoods? Why or why not?

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School: Duke University

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The paper involves answering two questions from the book Understanding deviance by Tammy
L. Anderson.

References
Anderson, T. L. (2014). Understanding deviance: Connecting classical and contemporary
perspectives. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
Sampson, R. J., Raudenbush, S. W., & Earls, F. (2014). Neighborhoods and violent crime: A
multilevel study of collective efficacy. Science, 277(5328), 918-924.


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Understanding deviance by Tammy L. Anderson
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Understanding Deviance
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Ernest Burgess, a scholar from the University of Chicago, tried to define the socioeconomic
status of societies living within and outside Chicago. The apparent disparities that exist between
one city block to the other helped Burges...

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