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Reflective Summary: Review and reflect on the course so far. Based on what you have learned so far in this course, write at least 400-600 words on the following:
What have you learned from others'' responses?
What were the most compelling points from the interaction with your fellow students?
How did participating in this discussion help in your understanding of the Discussion Board task?
What approaches could have yielded additional valuable information in the students'' networking?
What is still unclear after the discussion with your classmates that needs to be clarified?
Discuss the major biological, psychological and sociological theories of crime
Use team and problem-solving skill to collaborate on a project
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A crime is a demonstration that oversteps a law that identifies with how to carry on in the public arena. The damage brought on by the demonstration is seen to be against society overall, not only a particular individual. All the more particularly, a crime is a demonstration (something you do) or oversight (something you don't do) that is illegal and culpable upon conviction. Crime incorporates:
• Criminal Code offenses against a man or property;
• drug offenses; and
• some engine vehicle offenses.
The exploration of Criminology is a generally new field of science as per Siegel (2010), despite the fact that codes composed on crime have been around since the season of Hammurabi who is credited with the first criminal law code composed. I had a great experience in discussing about this topic with my fellow classmates and students. Here are some major questions I have to reflect my thoughts upon.