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The dynamics of criminal behavior

Brian A. Jacob

The dynamics of criminal behavior

evidence from weather shocks

by Brian A. Jacob

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Environmental aspects,
  • Criminal statistics,
  • Crime

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBrian Jacob, Lars Lefgren, Enrico Moretti
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper 10739, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) -- working paper no. 10739.
    ContributionsLefgren, Lars, Moretti, Enrico, National Bureau of Economic Research
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHB1
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24788927M
    LC Control Number2005615312

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    Instead of looking for factors that make people become criminal, these theories try to explain why people do not become criminal. Others believe, that offenders are moved by unconscious need to be punished by their previous sins. The major disadvantage has to do with time and efficiency. In Soviet Russia and China, studies emphasized the capitalist roots of crime - linking the concept of individual wealth to crime. They sometimes have to formulate a hypothesis, in order to assess what an offender is going to do next, after they have broken the law. He then assigned them randomly to be either guards or prisoners in the experiment to ensure that any behavioral differences later seen between the two groups would have to stem from their different roles and not from any preexisting personality differences had they been allowed to volunteer.

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Modern Western models focus on various demographic factors and have gained acceptance. In this case, democratic leadership is preferable to authoritarian leadership.

Eagly, A. They show how these process elements are regulated and confined by a series of complex and variable boundary conditions in specific criminal offenses. The superego is the change of judging the situation through morality Siegel, Psychodynamic theorists believe that personality of offenders is id-dominated.

Most initial offenders tend to be younger, often in their teens or early twenties. This is a disturbing read with detailed accounts of some shuddersome crimes and is not for the sensitive reader. Other problems causing control of the ego are poor social skills, excessive dependence on others, immaturity, etc.

If you have an interest in criminal psychology, the complexities of serial killers and the criminal mind, this book is a must-read. The Evil That Men Do. The ego controls the id by setting up boundaries.

Zimbardo and his assistants could not believe this was possible, as they had planned for the experiment to last for 2 weeks, but they allowed the prisoners to quit the experiment.

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In this paper, we exploit the correlation between weather and crime to examine the short-run dynamics of criminal behavior.