Answer to Question #155567 in Sociology for fred

Question #155567

13. The psychological dimension comprises of three components. The third component is 

volition and it refers to …

1.purposeful behaviour or free will.

2.crime that is committed for its benefits.

3.responses evoked from parents and peers.

4.children with behavioural problems.

14.According to the … model, it is better to let several criminals go free, than to falsely 

incarcerate innocent people, as individual rights are an important issue. 

1. rational thought

2. classical criminology 

3. crime control

4. due process

15.The process of motivation is … driven.

1. thought

2. action

3. need

4. intent


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Expert's answer
2021-01-14T07:32:40-0500

13.1.purposeful behaviour or free will.

-Volition or will is a by which one decides on and commits to a particular course of action. It is defined as purposive behaviour or free will. Lack of which is an an insufficiency, shortage, or absence of something required or desired.

In education, It describes how decreased motivation or negative emotions can be dealt with by applying action control strategies.


14.2. classical criminology

-classical criminology model proposers believed that there should be the separation of powers in criminal law due to the potential for abuse and misuse. The essence of crime was the harm that it did to society. Therefore, it is better to prevent crimes than to punish them and from this an idea arose that it is better to let a guilty man go free than to punish an innocent man.


15.3. need

-Needs are the starting point of motivation. An unsatisfied need creates tension that stimulates drives within the individual. These drives generate a search behavior to achieve particular goals that will satisfy the need and lead to a reduction of tension.


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