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~A type of gang that forms in lower-class neighborhoods with an organized structure of adult criminal behavior (highly organized andstable)Criminal gangs. ~One thing all forms of strain theory have in common is their emphasis on a sense offrustrationin crimecausation. ~Which of the following adaptations to strain are more likely to lead to criminal offending.Rebellion, innovation, andretreatism.~Thedelinquent boyis a type of lower-class male youth who responds to strains and status frustration by joining with similarothers in a group to commit a crime. ~Farnworth and Leiber proposed testing the gap betweeneconomic aspirationsandeducationalexpectationsas opposed to traditional studies concerning strain theory. What or who can provide the mechanism for limiting humanindividuals’ insatiable appetite for more?Society ~Who is credited with being the most influential theorist in modern structuralperspectives of criminality?Emile Durkheim ~Guerry found thatpropertycrimes were higher in wealthy areas butviolentcrime washigher in poor areas. ~All of the following are considered conventional means of success EXCEPTDealing with drugs. ~When lawenforcement cracks down on gangs, especially during relatively inactive periods, gangs will be strongerBy giving members of a commonenemy. ~All of the following are considered categories of strain within the general strain theory proposed by Agnew EXCEPT:Failure toconform to conventional means~Adolphe Queteletshowed that certain types of individuals were more likely to commit a crime.~ Whenlaw enforcement “cracks down” on gangs in relatively inactive periods, it inevitably makes the gangstronger. ~Shaw and McKay’sfindings rejectedsocial Darwinismbecause it is obvious that the culture is not what influences crime and delinquency but rather thecriminogenic nature of the environment.~ Some critics of Shaw and McKay have stated that their original research did not actuallymeasure their primary construct ofsocial disorganization.~ Concentric circlesmodel assumes that all cities grow in a natural way withthe same five zones.~ The development of the Chicago school of criminology was the epitome of using theoretical development arescientific testingto help improve conditions in society when it was most needed. ~What ethnic group did not show high delinquencyrates in Shaw and McKay’s longitudinal data?Asians.~Robert E. Parkclaimed that much of human behavior, especially the way citiesgrow, follows the basic principles of ecology that had been documented and applied to wildlife for many years at that point.~ All of thefollowing are considered part of the six (6) focal concerns proposed by Miller Exceptengagement. ~The area most significantly subjectedto the ecological principles suggested by Park (invasion, domination, etc)iszoneII~The center circle according to Burgess zone modelis calledzone I.~Where some areas invade other zones or areas and the previously dominant area must succeed or die off is what isknown as

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