Causation of Crime

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Causation of Crime   David Bomotti CSJ/200
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To better understand a crime is to know why the crime was committed or what  the criminal mind was thinking at the time. The two theories I am going to compare to  better explain these are the social process theories and choice theories. Hopefully by  looking and explaining the pros and cons to these by comparison will help give some  insight into the criminal mind. The social process theory is the theory that crimes are not committed because  where of someone live for example a good neighborhood or a bad neighborhood.  Someone might use the term for this theory as “he made me do it” or “they said if did I  did it I could hang out with them”. To me this theory has more to do with peer pressure  from the groups or family members that we surround ourselves with every day. In the 
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