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Reading Assignment 2DueSep 24 by 12:59amPoints100Submittinga text entry box, a website url, a media recording, or a file uploadAvailableAug 20 at 12:59pm - Sep 25 at 12:59am about 1 monthSubmit Assignment98Reading Assignment 2Chapter 3 (The Positivist School) Chapter 4 (Functionalism and Anomie) in Moyer's text and journal article 7,"Rebellious Youth" by E. Franklin Frazier in Gabbidon et al's text. Points Possible: 100Deliverable Length: 3-4 pagesSeptember 23, by 11:59 pmAnswer each question (100 points):1. Fully discuss the positivist school of criminology. Include the following points: the importance Lombrosoas the ”father” of the school; the assumptions about society, crime, and punishment (especially theemphases on determinism and treatment/rehabilitation.2. Discuss Merton’s theory of anomie. Include the following: the primary cultural goal in America; thedifference between cultural goals and institutionalized means for achieving them; the various adaptations;weaknesses of the theory.3. Provide a synopsis of the article "Rebellious Youth" and compare it to Merton's theory of anomie.4. What is meant by Emile Durkheim’s observation that crime is normal? Include in your answer a discussion of mechanical/organic solidarity.