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Classical and Neoclassical Schools of Thought in Criminology

Discuss the differences and similarities between that of the classical and neoclassical schools of thought in criminology.

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Classical and neoclassical schools of thought in criminology are different and similar in many ways. During the periods of both schools, theorists based their assumptions and facts on society's outlook into crimes, government, and psych of individuals. As time progressed, classical school of criminology evolved into neoclassical schools of criminology and established a different look in how society viewed judicial outcomes. Below we'll discuss the differences and similarities between that of the classical and neoclassical schools of thought in criminology.

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Classical and neoclassical schools of thought in criminology are different and similar in many ways. During the periods of both schools, theorists based their assumptions and facts on society's outlook into crimes, government, and psych of individuals. As time progressed, classical school of criminology evolved into neoclassical schools of criminology and established a different look in how society viewed judicial outcomes. Below we'll discuss the differences and similarities between that of the classical and neoclassical schools of thought in criminology.

360 word essay with reference.

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