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Criminology Freda Adler 9th Edition- Test BankTo Purchase this Complete Test Bank with Answers Click the link BelowIf face any problem or Further information contact us At [email protected]Sample TestChapter 03Schools of Thought throughout HistoryMultiple Choice Questions1.The classical school of criminology is based on the assumption thatA.criminals are born, not made.B.individuals choose to commit crimes after weighing the consequences of their actions.C. body build is related to various mental disorders.D. criminals are distinguishable from noncriminals by atavistic stigmata.Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation2.The positivist school of criminology posits that
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Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation4.Who is known as the “father of modern criminology”?Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation5.Whose work was governed by utilitarian principles?A.Jeremy BenthamB. Cesare BeccariaC. Raffaele GarofaloD. Emile DurkheimAccessibility: Keyboard Navigation6.
What provided the next generation of criminologists with the tools they
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7.Physiognomy is the study of ___________ and their relation to human behavior.Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation8.____________ posited that bumps on the head were indications of psychological propensities.Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation9.Cesare Lombroso’s TheCriminalManreplaced the concept of free will with the concept of ____________.A.determinismB. rationalityC. scienceD. utilitarianism
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