100 2016 crimsoc.docx - CRIMINAL SOCIOLOGY 1 What nature of criminology regards it as changing since social conditions change It is dynamic 2 What is

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CRIMINAL SOCIOLOGY1. What nature of criminology regards it as changing since social conditions change?2. What is that attempt at scientific analysis of all the cause of crimes?3. They introduce the application of mitigating circumstancesin imposingpenalties?C. Neo - classical school4. Sutherland explains that criminal behavior is an invention by the criminal itself but developed in the process of association with others. This theory presentsA. That criminal behavior is learned5. In bringing the offenders to the folds of the law and assessing in their conviction, what is the role of the police when the case is under trial?A. Act as witness in favor of the prosecution6. This theory holds that people learn criminal attitudes and behavior while in their adolescence from close and trusted friends and/or relatives.D. Deferential association theory7. It explains the role of physical and mental conditions the individuals prior orafter the commission of the criminal acts.Biological approach
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8. This consists of the conditions and factors that surround and influence the individual.D. Environment9. Crimes committed by persons who usually occupy key positions, maintains prestige and high social are referred to as ________.D. White collar crimes10. One who is not actually acquainted with his victim, he selects victim at random A. Targeted offender11. Classical schools differ from Positivist School on the premise that classical is for definite sentence while positivist is for.A. Indeterminate sentence12. A doctrine which criminals where seen as distinct types of humans who could be distinguished from non criminals by certain criminal traits.A. Theory of biological inferiority13. The purpose of penalty in the Positivist School of Criminology.B. Reformation14. Which of the following is/are the source/s of the criminal state of mind of the offender?Desire for revengeEmotional or psychological disorderDesire for financial or monetary gain Desire for acceptance with in a peer group subculture
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A. All of these15. The study of criminology in relation to physical constitution of man is called.D. Criminal physical anthropology16. Refers to children male or female, who for money profit or any consideration influence by an adult or syndicate, indulge in sexual intercourse.C. Children exploited in prostitution17. It refers to an order of the court requiring the offender to desist from committing any act of violence repeated against women and their children,including economic abuse, physical violence, repeated verbal abuse or destroying her property.C. Temporary protection order18. This theory assumes that people are law abiding, but under great pressure they resort to crime.A. Strain theory19. In the social learning process violence is learned through a process called:A. Behavior modeling
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