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Anomie and Strain Theories of Crime
 
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Professor Robert M. Worley desconstructs some of the most popular anomie and strain theories of crime.
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Control theories of crime.mp4
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley deconstructs control theories of crime.
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Social Disorganization Theory Uncovered
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley traces the development of the Chicago School and the social ecologies which emerged during the 1930s. During this time, the field of Criminology was heavily influenced by sociologists. Worley concludes by discussing contemporary theories related to collective efficacy and crime.
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Organized vs. Disorganized Serial Killers
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley discusses key differences between organized and disorganized serial killers.
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Cesare Beccaria:  The Man, Legend
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley provides an in-depth discussion of Cesare Beccaria, the Founder of the Classical School of Criminology. Worley provides a historical background of the time in which Classical theories of crime first came to fruition and also identifies and fully discusses the tenets of Classical theories.
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Deconstructing Critical Theories of Crime
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley deconstructs popular and classic critical theories of criminology. *Interested in a Master's degree in criminal justice? We have a fully online program at Texas A&M University Central Texas. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions regarding our program. For more information, please visit: http://www.ct.tamus.edu/departments/instructors/worleyrobert.php
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Deconstructing Edwin Sutherland's Differential Association Theory
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley identifies and fully discusses each of the nine proposition of Edwin Sutherland's differential association theory.
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Examining Loïc Wacquant's (2009) book, Punishing the Poor.
 
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In this audiovisual lecture, Professor Robert M. Worley provides a scholarly discussion of the first two chapters of Loïc Wacquant's (2009) book, Punishing the Poor.
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Cop in the Hood:  An Examination of Peter Mosko's Book
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley examines the open chapters of Peter Moskos' award-winning book, Cop in the Hood.
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Just Deserts and Deterrence Theories of Punishment
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley discusses both just deserts and deterrence correctional philosophies. Interested in pursuing a fully online Master's degree in Criminal Justice at Texas A &M University - Central Texas? For more information, contact Dr. Robert M. Worley at: [email protected]
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Learning Theories of Crime
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley examines Ronald Aker's "Social Learning Theory of Crime." Next, he deconstructs Elijah Anderson's ethnographic work, "The Code of the Street."
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Correctional Theory and Evidence-Based Practices
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley provides an overview of the various correctional theories. He also provide a discussion of evidence-based practices and explains how these have relevance in the management of correctional facilities in the 21st Century. Interested in pursuing a fully online Master's degree in Criminal Justice at Texas A &M University - Central Texas? For more information, contact Dr. Robert M. Worley at: [email protected]
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The History of Juvenile Delinquency and Juvenile Justice
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley examines the evolution of the first juvenile House of Refuge, as well as the creation of the juvenile court system. Worley argues that both institutions were developed by privileged members of the business and political communities to poor immigrant children into 'productive citizens.' He concludes his presentation by discussing how juveniles were given procedural safeguards only to have these wiped out and then given back by Court decision during the mid 1960s.
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Deconstructing Gene Based Theories of Criminology
 
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In this theory, Professor Robert M. Worley provides a brief overview of the remergence of individual trait theories of criminology. Worley then examines gene based theories of criminology. He discusses the relevance that contemporary gene based theories have in the modern era.
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Descontructing the Link between the Kenneth Bianchi and Doug Clark
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert Worley discusses hybristophilia and specifically focuses on the role that Veronica Compton played in attempting to exonerate two alleged serial killers by pinning the murders on other people. Worley also explains why some hybristophiles may be more than merely passive admirerers.
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Police Questioning and Custodial Interrogation
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley examines important issues germane to police questioning and custodial interrogation.
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Examining Jeffrey Toobin's (2012) The Oath
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley examines the opening chapters of Jeffrey Toobin's (2012) book, The Oath.
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Examining Civil Liability
 
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In this presentation, we examine the 14th Amendment, as well as civil liability under state and federal tort law, and Section 1983 lawsuits
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How to Conduct Legal Research
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley shows graduate students how to conduct legal research.
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Exploring the Biological Foundations of Serial Murder
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley discusses the biological foundations of serial murder. He also explains the difference between psychosis and psychopathy. And, he discusses the reasons why the insanity defense is seldom used. Also, Worley explains why psychopaths are not ammendable to treatment. He also discusses serial killers, such as, Ed Gein, Herbert Mullins, Kenneth Bianchi, among others.
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Labeling Theories of Crime
 
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In this lecture, Professor Robert M. Worley deconstructs labeling theories of crime.
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Punishing the Poor:  Discussion and Conclusions
 
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Professor Robert M. Worley concludes his three part discussion of Loïc Wacquant's (2009) Punishing the Poor
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Dissecting Neoclassical and Positivistic Theories
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley identifies and discusses differences between the Neoclassical and Positivistic Schools of Criminology. Worley also provides a brief overview of the various criminological theories. This presentation is meant to introduce graduate students to the world of Criminology.
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Scientific Management Uncovered
 
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In this lecture, Frederick W. Taylor's (1911) classic theory of scientific management is discussed.
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Deconstructing Incapacitation Theories of Corrections
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley examines incapacitation theories of corrections. He presents arguments in favor of incapacitation as well as arguments against incapacitation. Interested in pursuing a fully online Master's degree in Criminal Justice at Texas A &M University - Central Texas? For more information, contact Dr. Robert M. Worley at: [email protected]
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Deconstructing Individual Trait Theories of Crime
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley discusses contemporary individual trait theories, including both biological and psychological approaches. Worley concludes his discussion by examing crime across the life course.
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Punishing the Poor, Part II.mp4
 
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In Part Two of this Three, Part Series, Professor Robert M. Worley continues to deconstruct Loïc Wacquant's (2009) book, Punishing the Poor.
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The Pains of Imprisonment
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley provides an in-depth discussion of the defects of total power and the pains of imprisonment as highlighted in Gresham Sykes' (1958) classic book, The Society of Captives. Worley also discusses contemporary issues related to prison managment, such as, cross-gender supervision, conjugal visitation, and the Prison Rape Elimination Act. Interested in pursuing a fully online Master's degree in Criminal Justice at Texas A &M University - Central Texas? For more information, contact Dr. Robert M. Worley at: [email protected]
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Search and Seizure and the Fourth Amendment
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley discusses important issues which are germane to search and seizure under the Fourth Amendment.
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The Due Process vs. 'Get Tough' Movement in Juvenile Justice
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley argues that the liberal ideals of the 1960s Warren Court failed to come to fruition in regard to juvenile justice. Instead, these ideals have been largely abandoned in favor of a 'get tough' movement in juvenile justice which has a strong punishment orientation. Worley discusses the challenges of providing justice for juveniles in a society that is geared toward punishment and just deserts.
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Juvenile vs. Adult Jurisdiction
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley examines various issues surrounding the topic of jurisdiction in juvenile justice. Worley points to the methods by which juvenile defendants can be transferred to the adult court. He also discusses what imprisonment is like for juveniles who are incarcerated with adults. Finally, Worley concludes his presentation by posing specific questions for the viewer to reflect upon.
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Understanding the Management of Criminal Justice Personnel
 
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An Introduction to the Management of Crimnal Justice Personnel
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Social Inmate Roles in the Society of Captives
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley examines the social roles of inmates and describes the day-to-day operational realities as discussed in Gresham Sykes (1958) classic book, The Society of Captives.
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Understanding the Dynamics of Prison Rape
 
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Professor Robert M. Worley deconstructs Mark S. Fleisher and Jessie Krienert's (2009) book, The Myth of Prison Rape
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Prisoner Rights Involving Religion and Due Process
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley provides a scholarly examination of the rights of prisoners in regard to religion and disiplinary hearings. He specifically focus on issues which are germane to the First, Fifth, and Fourteenth Amendments.
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Serial Murder:  Signature, Modus Operandi and Paraphilia
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley discusses why some serial killers leave signatures or 'calling cards' behind after they commit murder. Worley argues that the signature reflects a compulsion on the part of serial killers to go beyond just committing murders to expressing key aspects of their personalities. Worley also provides an in-depth discussion of staging, modus operandi, and paraphilia.
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Deconstructing Neoclassical Theories of Crime
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley discusses the emergence of Neoclassical theories of Criminology. He traces the development of these theories to the late 1960s and looks toward the contribution that these theories are likely to make to the discipline in the years to come.
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The City that Became Safe, Part II
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley continues his discussion of Franklin Zimring's (2012) book, The City that Became Safe.
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A Discussion of Toobin's (2012) book, The Oath (Part Two)
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley continues his in-depth discussion of Jeffrey Toobin's (2012) book, The Oath. He analyzes recent U.S. Supreme Court Cases and the various Supreme Court Justices.
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Administrative and Supervisor Liability in Criminal Justice
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley examines the various issues associated with liability faced by municipalities and criminal justice officials. Worley also provides a discussion of the possible remedies and solutions criminal justice officials can employ in order to avoid and mitigate areas of civil liability.
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A Legal Analysis of Pretrial Identification Procedures
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley examines the constitutionality of pretrial identification procedures which are employed by the police. Worley provides an in-depth legal analysis of current court rulings and discusses pertinent legal issues.
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Who Were the Child Savers
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley provides an introductory discussion of Anthony Platt's book, The Child Savers. The child saving movement, according to Platt, was also a symbolic movement to defend the sanctity of institutions, such as, the agricultural community, the assimiliation of immigrants, women's domesticity, and Protestant nativism.
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Constitutional Rights of the Accused During Trial
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley provides a scholarly examination of the various constitutional rights enjoyed by the defendant during a criminal trial.
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Examining New York City's Crime Dip, 1990-2009
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley examines Franklin E. Zimring's (2012) book, The City that Became Safe. Worley specifically addresses the first few chapters of the book and points to key areas which provide insight into how New York City was able to achieve an eighty percent crime drop over a nineteen year period.
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The Criminalization of Mental Illness.
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley examines the book The Criminalization of Mental Illness by Risdon Slate and W. Wesley Johnson (2008). Worley identifies and discusses key issues related to the criminal justice system and mental illness within the United States.
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Deconstructing the Myth of Prison Rape
 
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In this final segment, Professor Robert M. Worley deconstructs Mark S. Fleisher and Jessie Krienert's (2009) book, The Myth of Prison Rape
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Examining Capital Punishment in America
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley continues to delve into David Garland's (2010) award winning book, Peculiar Institution.
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Exploring the Cycle of Juvenile Justice
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley analyzes the final chapters of Bernard and Kurkychek's (2010) book, The Cycle of Delinquency. Based upon the book, Worley argues that the juvenile justice system is returning to lenient treatments and abadoning the 'get tough' movement. He also contends that there is likely to be a reintroduction of lenient treatments in juvenile justice. Worley concludes the presentation by suggesting that we are likely to see a return of the medical model of treatment for delinquents.
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Deconstructing the New Federalism and the U.S. Supreme Court
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley examines issues surrounding federalism. Worley argues that Twenty First Century progressive politics are nothing new. Rather, the struggle for state's rights dates back to the long standing debate between the Federalists and Antifederalists. Worley concludes his discussion by alluding to career of Chief Justice, William H. Rehnquist, who helped invalidate forty-one federal statutes between 1986 to 2005.
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Deconstructing the Utilization of Sex Offender Registries
 
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In this presentation, Professor Robert M. Worley discusses the topic of sex offender registries. While he argues that these registries are intended to protect children, in actuality they may inadvertently increase victimizations toward children. While Worley argues that registries should not be outright eliminated, he contends that more studies should be conducted to examine whether or not they are truly making society a safer place to live.
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