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Crime in Canadian Context, Third Edition: Chapter 5: Recent Sociological Approaches to Crime

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Question 1:

a) low self-control
b) high-self-control
c) hereditary behaviourism
d) childhood experiences

Question 2:

a) gender-related
b) income-related
c) age-related
d) education-related

Question 3:

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

Question 4:

a) instrumental
b) expressive
c) impulsive
d) accidental

Question 5:

a) Controlled environment
b) General strain theory
c) Defensible space
d) Protected neighbourhoods

Question 6:

a) behave irrationally
b) have very little free will
c) are naturally greedy
d) make conscious decisions

Question 7:

a) social control
b) social strain
c) relative deprivation
d) routine activity

Question 8:

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

Question 9:

a) males are most likely to respond to strain with crime
b) females are most likely to respond to strain with crime
c) females experience less strain than men
d) None of the above

Question 10:

a) 88
b) 56
c) 19
d) 3