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 Conflict model
 Consensus model
 Crime
 Criminologists
 Criminology
 Deviance
 Folkways
 Laws
 Legalist perspective
 Mores
 Political perspective
 Psychological perspective
 Social norms
 Sociological perspective
 Taboos
 Theory
 Common law
 Principle of legality
 Principle of intent (mens rea)
 Principle of punishment
 Criminal law
 Defendant
 Civil law
 Plaintiff
 Societal needs theory
 Ruling class theory
 Pluralist theory
 Structural contradictions theory
 Uniform Crime Report (UCR)
 Part I offenses
 Part II offenses
 Crimes known to the police
 Crimes cleared by arrest
 Hierarchy rule
 National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS)
 National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS)
 Self-Report Survey
 Career Criminals
 Cohort
 Life course criminology
 Incapacitation
 Three strikes
 Concepts
 Operational definition
 Hypotheses
 Principle of falsification
 Validity
 Reliability
 Bias
 Variable
 Correlation
 Causal relationship
 Spurious relationship
 Objectivity
 Replication
 Research strategy
 Research methods
 Survey
 Sample
 Random sampling
 Fieldwork
 Interview
 Leading questions
 Detached observation
 Participant observation
 Experiments
 Experimental group
 Control group
 Statistical
 
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Restraining Orders and Orders of Protection

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 Conflict model
 Consensus model
 Crime
 Criminologists
 Criminology
 Deviance
 Folkways
 Laws
 Legalist perspective
 Mores
 Political perspective
 Psychological perspective
 Social norms
 Sociological perspective
 Taboos
 Theory
 Common law
 Principle of legality
 Principle of intent (mens rea)
 Principle of punishment
 Criminal law
 Defendant
 Civil law
 Plaintiff
 Societal needs theory
 Ruling class theory
 Pluralist theory
 Structural contradictions theory
 Uniform Crime Report (UCR)
 Part I offenses
 Part II offenses
 Crimes known to the police
 Crimes cleared by arrest
 Hierarchy rule
 National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS)
 National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS)
 Self-Report Survey
 Career Criminals
 Cohort
 Life course criminology
 Incapacitation
 Three strikes
 Concepts
 Operational definition
 Hypotheses
 Principle of falsification
 Validity
 Reliability
 Bias
 Variable
 Correlation
 Causal relationship
 Spurious relationship
 Objectivity
 Replication
 Research strategy
 Research methods
 Survey
 Sample
 Random sampling
 Fieldwork
 Interview
 Leading questions
 Detached observation
 Participant observation
 Experiments
 Experimental group
 Control group
 Statistical
 
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