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slide_0008_full - Scenario 1 Awhite kid beats up his close...

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Unformatted text preview: Scenario 1: Awhite kid beats up his close friend in a parking lot. A police officer witnesses the fight and approaches the boys._ The boys tell the officer In a respectful manner that they Will work out their differences. Scenario 2: A black kid beats up his close friend in a parking lot. A police officer Witnesses the fight and approaches the boys. The boys get angry and tell the officer to mind her own *&“(*% business. According to police arrest studies, are either of these boys (the boy in Scenario 1 or the boy in Scenario 2) more likely than the other to be arrested? Why? According to labeling theory, are either of these boys (the boy in Scenario 1 or the boy in Scenario 2) more likely than the other to be arrested? Why? -According to interactionist theory, are either of these boys (the boy in Scenario 1 or the boy in Scenario 2) more likely than the other to be arrested? Why? ...
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