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    Routine Activities Theory

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    III. Summarization of Routine Activities Theory A. Definition of routine activities approach. According to Cohen and Felson (1979), routine activities approach relies on three main conditions to rationalize crime. These conditions need to coincide in the same space and time in order for a crime to occur: a motivated offender, suitable target and the absence of capable guardians to deter crime. The authors utilized human ecological theory to examine social structure, and how such coincidence takes

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    Routine Routines

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    Routine. It means a sequence of actions regularly followed, or a fixed program. It does not mean unusual, abnormal, irregular, strange, or uncommon. We can all view routine as the dictionary definition, yet to me, it means more. It is order and organization. I define routine as simple, necessity, and never forgotten. We all have routines even if we are unable to notice them as they are. They fill our mornings and nights, day by day. Forgetful people, similar to me, can find it challenging to form

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    Personal Training, Exercise Routine & Weight Loss Solutions #1 Motivation People are mostly creatures of habit - it is simply the way the mind works. We leave so much to the autopilot inside, the one we've actually conditioned to make all our responses automatically, that personal training from a motivator can actually untrain your old worn out and inappropriate responses so that you make personal training changes in your lifestyle to make real progress, no matter what weight loss solution you

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    Cabaret

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    'How do the cabaret songs and routines comment on the social issues which are the background for the story of Cabaret?' Satirical on every level, Bob Fosse's 1972 film Cabaret redefines the previously accepted genre of the musical. Using the songs and routines as cunning tools of social commentary the musical numbers both predict and interpret the world of Berlin in 1931. The opening routine, 'Wilkommen', is a powerful introduction to the opposing worlds of the protagonists Brian and Sally and

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    comedy routine. A day in the life of two hapless companions on a country road with a single tree. Beckett accomplishes two things by using this style of comedy. Comedy routines have a beginning and an ending. For Godot the routine begins at the opening of the play and ends at the intermission. Once the routine is over, it cannot continue. The routine must be done again. This creates the second act. The second act, though not an exact replication, is basically the first act repeated. The routine is put

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    My Dad Raped Me

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    me while I was doing something in the kitchen, he just wrapped his arms around me, hugging me, whispering in my ear. How I was his girl. How he loved me. Again and again until routine. Then one day his hands slid under my top as he stood behind me. That's all. Just rested there against my bare skin. This became the routine after that. Over and over. Once that was a usual occurrence, the hands attempted to rise to my breasts. I resisted, not knowing why really, just instinctively knowing he shouldn't

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    the first step I use in preparing for the upcoming season. There are a few different techniques I use to work on my swing. The first way is to take hitting lessons. I learn much of my knowledge about hitting from taking hitting lessons. My usual routine consists of taking lessons three times a week. This allows me to be evaluated by a professional. I took hitting lessons from the same coach for five straight years. His teachings have helped me become a much better hitter. Another way I develop my

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    hard to sympathize with a person who has a complete lack of happiness in their life.  In Wendy Wasserstein's The Man in a Case, Byelinkov lives a dull, uneventful life, which only he is content with.  He performs the exact same routine every day and has rendered this routine almost his entire life.  Byelinkov's tedious life is expressed throughout the play by way of comments made to Varinka, as well as through his daily habits and rituals. Byelinkov is a Latin and Greek teacher at the local school

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    The Good and Bad of R.A.T. Theory.

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    and Bad of R.A.T. Theory. Why do people commit crime? It depends on who you ask and how you look at it, also what you define crime as. There are many theories out there about why people commit crime. One of these theories is Routine Activities Theory. Routine activities theory was first articulated in a series of papers by Lawrence Cohen and Marcus Felson. Crime and victimization involve the intersection of three factors: targets, guardians, and motive. The following quote gives a description

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    what he pleases, is associated with the mental ward patients, whose lives are completely controlled by their nurses and their routines.  McMurphy and the patients have a significant effect on each other. The mental ward and the world that McMurphy comes from are completely different.  The mental ward is completely based on rules.  The patients' lives are based on the routine that their nurse, Nurse Ratched, has established for them.  Nurse Ratched believes that the rules she sets for the patients

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