phenomenological criminology | Definition

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Course: Criminal Law 

Phenomenological criminology is an approach to studying crime and criminal behavior that emphasizes the subjective experiences and perceptions of individuals involved in criminal activity, including offenders and victims.

It seeks to understand how people perceive and experience crime and how these perceptions influence their actions and decisions.

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Last Modified: 03/13/2023


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