1) Durkheim recognizes crime as important for the welfare of society and suggests that the challenges to moral laws and legal persons established act to bring together those who were not in opposition to the laws in other words, people who are not breaking the laws as they meet collective strength. He believes that society needs to function normally crime. Crime strengthens the links between the general law abiding citizens. His theory states that there must be a perfect balance for the crime would be over too little audience interaction to solve problems and too much would lead to a chaotic society. When there is good balance company is able to join together to create an interaction that leads to solutions to the problems. He states that "crime is important for the welfare of society because when people come together in a common purpose that collectively binding force g is bigger than any individual"
2) Crime and Punishment is a novel by the Russian author Fyodor Dostoyevsky. E 'was published in the literary journal The Russian Messenger in twelve monthly installments during 1866 and' was then published in a single volume. And 'the second of Dostoevsky's full-length novels after he returned from ten years of exile in Siberia. Crime and Punishment is the first great novel of his time "mature" of writing.Crime and Punishment focuses on the mental anguish and moral dilemmas of Rodion Raskolnikov, a poor ex-student in St. Peters burg who formulates and executes a plan to kill an unscrupulous pawnbroker for her money. Raskolnikov argues that with the pawnbroker's money he can perform good deeds to counterbalance the crime, while ridding the world of a worthless parasite. It also commits this murder to test his hypothesis that some people are naturally capable of these things, and also have the right to do them. Several times throughout the novel, Raskolnikov justifies his actions to be compared with Napoleon Bonaparte, believing that murder is permissible in pursuit of a higher purpose.
3) There are many problems inherent in describing the judicial system. As a result of different needs among agencies justice and the variety of agencies that collect information, it is difficult to fully describe the operations of the criminal justice system. In many jurisdictions, for example, is not cheap to trace a particular case through the process of unloading OT detection. Rather, the researcher must use different sets of data to estimate the number of arrests leading to conviction or imprisonment. In order to adequately respond to crime, it is important for the professional Crime Fighter to learn as much as possible about the phenomenon called CRIME. We have established a definition of crime in the last lesson. Armed with this definition, we explore the concept of criminal behavior as a social phenomenon.
4) The crime is the breaking of a rule or law for which a punishment may ultimately be prescribed by some form of organized government.
Seriousness of the crime is measured by the laws or rules made under.In each state, lawmakers have adopted criminal codes. Penal Code of a State is the primary place to determine which activities are crimes. However, the crime can be defined in other places than the current penal code. For example, in California, some offenses are contained in the Code of vehicles.
Federal crimes have been defined and enacted by Congress. Once again, however, some federal crimes are not contained in the Criminal Code of the United States. Tax offenses, for example, are contained in the Internal Revenue Code.
5) The enforcement of compliance by the company on its members, by law or social pressure. The influence of any element in the social life working to keep the model of such a life. Means of social control, the control behavior of the individual from society, and that the control of social institutions should be in the interest and welfare of the whole society. Some warnings and indications of prohibited activities, are an example of social control
1-Social control is an influence that can be exerted through various means of control, such as public opinion, force, public appeal, religious organizations, social.
2 -This influence should be implemented by the company, there are many groups that exert this influence, such as the family, church, union, state, school, neighborhood, club, religious groups etc.
3-The influence must be exerted to promote the welfare and interest of the whole society group.Every must have harmony and unity. without it no society could actually stay alive. To keep society effectively, it needs some rules and regulation.
6) The mass media is a unique feature of modern society; its development has accompanied an increase in the size and complexity of the company's shares and commitments, rapid social change, technological innovation, rising personal income and standard of living and the decline of some association exists between the development of mass media and social change, although the degree and direction of this association is still debated upon even after years of study into media influence. Many of the consequences, both negative or beneficial, which have been attributed to the mass media, are almost certainly due to other trends within society.traditional forms of control and authority. As Jane Root wrote in the book "open the box", which examines the possibility of influence of the media, "He has a role in defining what we think of as a natural ... that helps to track who we think we are." To see the effect and influence of media, there is an underlying need to define influence as we understand it in relation to the company and its overall effect.