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CCJ1010 INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINOLOGY: WHY DO THEY DO IT SECOND EDITION Chapter 4: Quiz 3 1. This type of research asks individuals to estimate their immediate intent to commit a criminal act in a given situation and their immediate perceptions of certainty and severity of punishment. a. Scenario studies 2. Global positioning systems (GPS) used by police departments have been used to catch serial killers in the past. a. True 3. Aggregate studies conducted in the 1960s showed evidence that increased risk or certainty of punishment was not associated with less crime for most serious offenses. a. False 4. Studies showing informal sanctions to be the source of most deterrent effects for individuals led to the creation of which theory? a. Rational choice theory 5. Males are more influences by shame and moral beliefs when deciding to commit offenses as compared with females. a. False 6. The three elements of routine activity theory are: a. Attractive targets, absence of a guardian, and motivated offender 7.
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