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Crime in Canadian Context, Third Edition: Chapter 1: Crime, Fear, and Risk

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Question 1:


a) the objectivist-legalistic approach
b) the social-reaction perspective
c) the moral-panic perspective
d) feminist criminology

Question 2:


a) objective-legalistic
b) classical school
c) biological
d) social-reaction

Question 3:


a) Criminal
b) Corporate
c) Administrative
d) Civil

Question 4:


a) remaining static over time
b) an objective social fact
c) increasing as societies become more economically developed
d) a continuous variable

Question 5:


a) 1867
b) 1908
c) 1945
d) 1960

Question 6:


a) the ”war on drugs” in the USA (1980s)
b) the political unrest in several north African countries (2011)
c) the 9/11 terrorist attack in the USA (2001)
d) the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan (2011)

Question 7:


a) lobbyist
b) social activist
c) politician
d) moral entrepreneur

Question 8:


a) low-consensus crime and non-criminal deviance
b) high-consensus crime and criminal deviance
c) crimes committed by women
d) crimes committed by men

Question 9:


a) 2 years of house arrest
b) 25 years in prison
c) capital punishment
d) 5 years in prison

Question 10:


a) violent, sexual, and drug-related crime
b) terrorism
c) human trafficking
d) cyber crime