Criminology Theories, Patterns and Typologies International Edition 11th Edition by Larry J. Siegel - Criminology Theories Patterns and Typologies

Criminology Theories, Patterns and Typologies International Edition 11th Edition by Larry J. Siegel

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Criminology Theories, Patterns and Typologies International Edition 11th Edition by Larry J. Siegel – Test Bank To 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 Test Siegel_CTPT_11e_TB_ch03 TEST BANK COMPLETION 1.Criminologists who focus their attention on crime victims refer to themselves as_________.
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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.
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77 7.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 ____________.
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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.
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