Answer to Question #177763 in English for CmyB 22-25

Question #177763

22.

As one of three facilitating factors, … is referred to as a “disease” and an individual 

risk factor that is often present when crimes are committed.

1. 

depression

2. 

mental illness

3.

alcoholism

4. 

impulsivity 

23.

… concluded that people are “born criminals.” 

1.

Ronald Akers

2. 

Travis Hirschi

3. 

Edwin Sutherland

4. 

Cesare Lombrosso

24. Which school of thought assumes that people are driven into crime by forces largely 

out of their control?

1.

Positivist

2.

Post-modernist 

3.

Radical

4. 

Classical 

25.

Social process theorists operate from a sociological perspective known as:

1.

Social disorganisation 

2.

Social learning 

3.

Symbolic interactionism 

4.

Symbolic counteractionism


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Expert's answer
2021-04-07T10:13:39-0400

22. (2)mental illness

-Higher levels of self-control are associated with fewer mental and physical health symptoms as well as less avoidance coping. There is no evidence of a connection between self-control and problem- or emotion-focused coping styles.

23. (4)Cesare Lombrosso

24. (1)Positivist

25. (3)Symbolic interactionism


Social process criminologists work from a broad sociological viewpoint known as "symbolic interactionism," which focuses on how people perceive and describe their social reality, as well as the meanings they attribute to it, through language interaction.


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