Chapter 12 Crimes Against Public Order - Pearson

Chapter 12 Crimes Against Public Order - Pearson

Crimes Against Public Order I see there is a people risen and come up that I cannot win either with gifts, honors, offices or places Oliver Cromwell (1599-1658) Introduction

victimless crimes Relative and evolutive concept Law and Morality Ruling morality Homosexuality vs. purchasing lottery tickets Consensus vs. conflict

perspective Gambling ss. 197-210 gaming and betting Spending on lottery tickets vs. VLTs role of tolerance and morality Trends: who benefits from the legalization (e.g., Atlantic provinces)

WHO? males, late 30s, employed, less than college education Catch-22 revenue increase and more addicts WHY?

parenting issues impulsive disorder learned behaviour Consider stock market and investors Prostitution oldest profession from heroes to charlatans

Badgley Report and Fraser Report Ss. 210-213 Technically legal Canadian approval rate !? Trends: social misfits women, drug habits, low self-esteem

enter exploitation, big-sister, pragmatic reasons Types:

Streetwalkers Bar prostitutes Massage-parlours House prostitutes Rap session booths Call girls Escort services

Male prostitutes overlooked but Why? biology to feminist interpretations socio-psychological history of sexual abuse, nontraditional family settings, school problems, etc. Functionalism and economic gain

SUMMARY controversial and not readily resolved Pornography Plato once asked. what is the proper role or function of art. porno prostitute and graphen to write

obscenity derived from Latin for filth How to decided: Playboy vs. Playgirl Chic vs. Swank Stone Angel vs. MTV

Pornography and the Law ss. 163-169 . Offences tending to corrupt morals ? Anti-culture, anti-conscience, anti-God, and anti-family Porn and Violence Literature vs. feminists and fundamentalist groups facilitate expressions of

violence Degree of violence depicted Role of cultural climate (consider Qs in Box 12.13) SUMMARY pornography a controversial topic consenting vs. literature

Age old fascination Role of an interdisciplinary approach Substance Abuse A Brief History Since the dawning of time most societies have used mind/mood altering substances

? Downfall of the Roman Empire Varying degrees of being socially acceptable until late 1800s and regulations Drugs and the Law weekend binge vs. overuse or physical and/or psychological dependency The Controlled Drugs and

Substance Act 96 1997 1st cannabis caf Hemp stores what is the trend Characteristics and Trends Alcohol consumption down Young adult males with higher incomes 10% problem drinkers 75% Canadians support

prevention programs Link between substance abuse and violent crime high Hypocrisy? Smoking and drinking by adults vs. their childrens behaviour

Psychological and psychiatric effects well documented False sense of well-being Illicit Drugs: CNS stimulants, depressants, and hallucinogens preference is cyclical Explanations: no one theory able to address

ALL factors Need to distinguish between: Factors that contribute Factors causing to maintain Reasons for relapse

Drug Use: Is it a Moral Issue? Tobacco. Too the Natives it is used in sacred rituals (relative) Vitamins vs. drugs Right to choose and be responsible

Values and beliefs constantly changing Summary Public order offences an age-old problem Is behaviour a matter of free will or (soft)determinism? Public order a form of victimless crimes

Athenians - ?do it but just dont get caught prepared to face the consequences Where do we draw the lines of social control vs. personal rights? Gotta go now

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