Criminology is the study of lawmaking, lawbreaking, and reactions to crime. There are two parts that when combined make up the definition of criminology. The first part is lawmaking which is primarily influenced by society, our culture, and our leaders. When making laws, you must first decide if the act is criminal or not. For example, we know that murder, robbery, and rape are morally wrong, but we still must have laws against these acts to try and keep them from occurring. The second part of the definition of criminology is the study of lawbreaking. …
- Book Review: "The Ordering of Justice: a Study. Accused Persons as Dependents in the Criminal Process"
- US Congressional Study
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