What Is Positivist Criminology?

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Positivist criminology is a theory that is based on the view that all worthwhile information can only be attained from experiences and their logical and mathematical explanations. The theory views that all other intuitional and introspective attempts to gain knowledge rarely bear fruit.
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positivistic: of or relating to positivism
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CRIMINOLOGY-Is the entire body of knowledge regarding crimes,criminals and the effort of the society to prevent and suppress them. it is also the of crime as a social phenomenon.
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As of May 2010, criminologists and other social scientists in Florida earned an average of $35.34 per hour, or $73,510 per year, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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what the hell is positivist?
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