Details: After the successful intake session you had with Jim Moratis, Dr. Junger approached you about an upcoming Prison Psychology Conference in Las Vegas. "Normally it is one of our senior staff who attends the conference, but we've decided it would be good to send one of our rising stars this year. It will be a good chance for you to meet others in our field and compare notes. By the way, you'll be giving a short speech on the relationship between sociology and criminology as they relate to criminal thinking. As a point of reference, describe to the conference how the disciplines of sociology and criminology combine in seeking to describe criminal behavior."
When you were in graduate school, you became friendly with several other students. Some of them, like you, pursued PhD's and are now psychologists. Others went down a different path and became sociologists. You still keep in touch with the group and have set up your own Internet-based discussion board. You decide to go to your group for help in preparing this presentation.
Objective: Compare the relevance of sociology and criminology for each other