Diploma in sociology. Subject: the causes and conditions of criminal behavior

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Introduction 3
Chapter 1
1.1. The social nature of crime 5
1.2. Person of the criminal 9
1.3. The mechanism of criminal behavior 13
1.4. Social factors and behavior 14

Chapter 2
2.1. The concept and structure of motivation 15
2.2. Formation of motive 17
2.3. The role of the motive of criminal behavior 19
2.4. Inadequate motivation 29
2.5. The legality, citizenship, trust,
morality, justice 37

Conclusion 41

References 43


Summing up the work done, it seems appropriate to focus on the following points.

Crime is not just a legal phenomenon - to a large extent it is a social phenomenon. Crime is composed of human actions directed against the whole society or a part thereof. And consider the damage that crime is applied to society it is advisable not only from the standpoint of the application of physical or material damage, and also from the standpoint of damage caused by the social structure of society.

In the formation of human personality is involved a huge number of factors: the genetic structure to the social (public) position. Much attention is paid to the influence of the work on human rights "of small social groups", the conflicts within them, influence and interact with the community groups. Criminal behavior author sees as a broad concept, not used to determine the basis of liability, and to disclose the reasons for the criminal act.

Motiatsiya work is regarded as the origin and formation of the motive, given the totality of "the circle of absolute faith" (interests, habits, norms, circle of friends, etc.) give rise to the motive. On the basis of the material, the components division represented both legal and illegal behavior: motives of civilization, law, morality, trust and fairness. As the most common motives in the crime were described briefly jealousy, greed, revenge and hooligan motives. Serious enough material for research are so-called "wanton" crimes or crimes with ulterior motives.

All of the above issues raised in the work, subject to serious research, which will allow a deeper understanding of the essence of the formation of the motive, the formation of the individual offender and the subject's interaction, small social groups and societies.


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