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Causation of crime 1 Causation of Crime Stephenie Hyatt CJS/200 September 7, 2010 Monty Mathis
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Causation of crime 2 Causation of Crime The biological and psychological trait theories compared with the life course theories are very similar in the area of the brain. Both theories talk about how criminals can be made from society as children growing up with improper care according to the life course theories and the psychological side a person can become a criminal just by being mentally unstable or behavioral issues as an infant and as older children grow. In other words it’s in the genes one can be born a criminal. Both suggest if a young child is brought up around crime then this is likely this person will grow up to be a criminal in society. The biological and psychological trait theories this area says that a person that is of psychopathic behavior has somehow “lost their humanity” (Wadsworth, 2006, p34) and that it is all impulsive that there is no control over the behavior. The life course theories is
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