Criminology Theories, Patterns and Typologies International Edition 11th Edition by Larry J. Siegel – Test BankTo Purchase this Complete Test Bank with Answers Click the link Below-edition-by-larry-j-siegel-test-bank/If face any problem or Further information contact us At [email protected]Sample TestSiegel_CTPT_11e_TB_ch03TEST BANKCOMPLETION1.Criminologists who focus their attention on crime victims refer to themselves as_________.
2._________ _________ _________ _________ is a common disorder experienced by victims of crime.3.Research indicates that both boys and girls are more likely to engage in violent behavior if they were targets of physical abuse. This abuse-crimephenomenon is referred to as the _________.4.Individuals who are repeatedly victimized are known as _________or _________ victims.5.Areas with elevated chances of victimization due to higher concentrations of motivated offenders are known as _________ _________.6.Except for the crimes of _________or _________ _________, males are more likely than females to be victims of crime.
777.The _________are more likely to be victims of frauds and scams.8._________ _________suggests that some people may actually initiate the confrontation that eventually leads to their injury or death.9.People who have _________ _________ _________such as drinking, using drugs, and engaging in crime, have a much greater chance of victimization.10.Concerning routine activities theory, police and homeowners would be considered _________ _________.11.According to Felson, crime rates increased due to changes in peoples’ lifestyles after ____________.
12.As defined by routine activities theory, a large number of teenagers would be classified as _________ _________.13.In _________ _________ _________, Cohen and Felson concluded that the volume and distribution of predatory crime are closely related to the interaction of three variables that reflect the routineactivities of the typical American lifestyle: the availability of suitable targets, the absence of capable guardians, and the presence of motivated offenders.