Wikipedia:Consensus - Wikipedia

As it relates to consensus view of crime, the term “consensus” is used because it suggests because there is a general understand amount society as a whole of what behaviors are deemed intolerable and therefore should be considered criminal acts.

23/02/2018 · sociology, criminal law - Criminology: The Consensus View of Crime

In the process of doing so, criminologist have realized that in order to really understand why criminals are criminals, they had to first understand the interrelationship between the law and society.


A brief history of consensus decision-making | rhizome

Jun 18, 2011 · It's not surprising that passionate proponents of consensus decision-making might want to root their ideas firmly in history. After all it gives consensus greater authority and legitimacy.


As highlighted above each of these three perspectives have very valid points, yet, I think I dis-agree the most with is conflict, this is because even though many of us do not wish to address it or admit it, we all separate ourselves regardless it be in classes, race, ethnicities, our job titles, etc.