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Crime in Canadian Context, Third Edition: Chapter 6: Crime and Social Exclusion

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Question 1:


a) shaming
b) poverty
c) incarceration
d) surveillance

Question 2:


a) a high social economic status
b) supportive parenting
c) parental social activism
d) None of the above

Question 3:


a) identifiable leadership within the group
b) music preference
c) individual intelligence
d) All of the above

Question 4:


a) selling LSD became more profitable
b) of the increase in the use of crack cocaine in poor inner city neighbourhoods
c) females were joining gangs in greater numbers
d) there were growing numbers of illegal immigrants coming to the USA from Mexico

Question 5:


a) San Francisco
b) Montreal
c) Miami
d) Vancouver

Question 6:


a) fighting
b) socializing
c) selling drugs
d) using drugs

Question 7:


a) the USA and Mexico
b) Mexico and Brazil
c) The Netherlands and New Zealand
d) Australia and New Zealand

Question 8:


a) race
b) sexual orientation
c) religion
d) All of the above

Question 9:


a) end up in a state of learned helplessness
b) are killed by their partners
c) eventually leave the violent relationships
d) end up in shelters for battered women

Question 10:


a) same-sex
b) heterosexual
c) spousal
d) All of the above