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1.Which risk factor referred to as a "disease" and is one of three facilitating factors that is often present when crimes are committed a. Alcohol b. Drugs c. Firearms d. Low self-control 2.Which one reflects variation in crime rates with regard to racial and ethnic groups a. Social, educational and economic differences b. Cultural, political and economic differences c. Educational, social and political differences d. Economic, social and cultural differences 3. The concept of.... is an attempt to account for the acquisition of maintenance of criminal behaviour in terms of contact with particular environments and social groups. a. Criminogenic risk factors b. External events c. Biological dimension d. Differential association
1.Differences in the availability of employment, alcohol and drug abuse, peer pressure and social stressors and an early onset of crime are.... factors that contribute to the high crime rate among the youth a. biological b. social c. cultural d. transitional 2. According to... theory of.... basic needs must be satisfied before one's self esteem can be satisfied a. Agnews; self-control b. Sutherlands; social learning c. Hirschis; social bonds d. Maslows; content 3. The process of motivation is.... driven a. action b. thought c. economic d. need
1. Risk factors such as interpersonal conflict, material conflict, parental neglect and prenatal deviance are associated with.... as a risk indicator for criminal involvement a. Family functioning b. Family structure c. Socialisation d. Personality and temperment 2.Which option refers to notion that interpersonal conflict shapes human behavior and those who maintain social power will use it to further their own needs? a.Structure b.Process c.Consensus d. Conflict 3.Before an act can be defined as a crime... law must regard it as such and... must be in place a. Customary, an effective criminal justice system b. common, adequate trained police officers c. Private, a lack of overcrowded correctional centres d. Criminal, suitable punishment
1.Which option related to criminology and research in the criminal justice system a. The formulation of New policies, to shape social and economic policy to prevent crime and research on suitable treatment for offenders b. To lecture upcoming law students, to shape political and economic policies and to conduct research to empower all members of society c. stop assist with training of judicial officers in crime and offending behaviour and to develop policies to address inadequate research practices and economic inequality d. The formulation of new laws to shape economic and political policies, and to conduct research on suitable treatment for mentally ill persons. 2.Which theorist observed the need to address the inequalities in the treatment of respectable persons who commit crime versus people without power who offend? a. Beccarria b. Sutherland c. Bentham d. Quetelet
1.Which option related to criminology and research in the criminal justice system a. The formulation of New policies, to shape social and economic policy to prevent crime and research on suitable treatment for offenders b. To lecture upcoming law students, to shape political and economic policies and to conduct research to empower all members of society c. stop assist with training of judicial officers in crime and offending behaviour and to develop policies to address inadequate research practices and economic inequality d. The formulation of new laws to shape economic and political policies, and to conduct research on suitable treatment for mentally ill persons. 2.Which theorist observed the need to address the inequalities in the treatment of respectable persons who commit crime versus people without power who offend? a. Beccarria b. Sutherland c. Bentham d. Quetelet
7.The concept of... is an attempt to account for the acquisition of maintenance of criminal behaviour in terms of contact with particular environments and social groups a. criminogenic risk factors b. external events c. biological dimension d. differential association 8.The extent to which a theory enjoys real life and empirical support refers to a. evidence of validity b. falsifiability c. predictability d. plausibility 9.Strain and social isolation are unique elements of lower-class culture. these elements result in disorganised neighbourhoods and are linked to the... theory a. social control b. social disorganisation c. cultural deviance d. social action
4.According to.... both the victim and the offender are ignored, and the social environment regulates criminal environment a. feminist criminology b. the social learning theory c. critical criminology d. the social milieu school of thought 5.When a person is labelled as criminal, the lable becomes part of his/ her personal identity and it evokes the behaviour the lable signifies. This statement is linked to the.....theory a. social control b. social disorganization c. cultural deviance d. social action 6.Poor self-control and good discipline in child rearing are principles linked to the.... theory of crime a. trait b. rational choice c. general d. strain
1.Crimes such as counterfeiting, embezzlement and fraud are associated with: a. Social fabric crimes b. Crimes heavily dependent on police action for tracing c. Property-related crimes d. Commercial crimes 2. Limited empathy and impulsiveness are linked to criminal behaviour and are perceived as... and... factors. a. Individual, physical b. genetic, heredity c. physical,biological d. biological, personal 3.Who is regarded as the father of American criminology a. Toppinard b. Sutherland c. Carafallo d. Quetelet
Even when a medical device passes the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s rigorous premarket approval process, a person injured by the device can pursue state common law claims for negligence, strict liability, and implied warranty. True or false?
Discuss the recent Supreme Court of Canada and how it impacts victims, witnesses and the accused persons
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