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CLASSICAL THEORY I. Key Concepts A. Free will  B. Rational Choice C. Deterrence II. Strengths  A. Different from previous explanations B. Model for criminal justice system today C. Protect society and due process III. Weaknesses A. All offenders are treated alike B. Similar crimes are punished similarly C. 1 st  time offenders treated the same as repeat offenders D. Juveniles treated like adults E. Crimes as passions treated the same as “intentional” or premeditated  crimes POSITIVIST APPROACHES I. Key Concepts  A.  Psychological, social, and  biological  factors influence criminal behavior  (internal and external influences) B. Early biological theories – Lombroso C. Heredity and Adoption Studies
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II. Strengths – scientific treatment to cure/rehabilitate III. Weaknesses A. Methodological problems B. Policy Implications DIFFERENTIAL ASSOCIATION THEORY (SUTHERLAND) I. Key Concepts A. Learning (where)
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