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Crime in Canadian Context, second edition: Chapter 5: Recent Sociological Approaches to Crime

Instructions: Select the correct answer. When you have answered all the questions, click the 'Submit my answers' button for your grade.

Question 1:


a) a tautology
b) not based on empirical evidence
c) too similar to labelling theory
d) not logical

Question 2:


a) Canada
b) the United States
c) Britain
d) France

Question 3:


a) Marriage
b) Employment
c) Drug addiction
d) Education

Question 4:


a) The removal of positively valued stimuli
b) To present one with negative stimuli
c) Social support
d) The inability to manage self control

Question 5:


a) individual
b) household
c) community
d) school

Question 6:


a) behave irrationally
b) have very little free will
c) are naturally greedy
d) behave rationally

Question 7:


a) A repeat offender
b) Social strain
c) Relative deprivation
d) None of the above

Question 8:


a) Crime Prevention Through Environment Design
b) Control Practices Through Educational Development
c) Critical Police Tactical Enhancement Designation
d) None of the above

Question 9:


a) a prison
b) a police station
c) row housing
d) a beach

Question 10:


a) Private security guards are paid by corporations, while the public police are paid from the public purse.
b) In Canada, there are more people currently working as private security guards than there are people working for the public police.
c) Private security guards try to manage people in public spaces (e.g., shopping malls).
d) All of the above are true.