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Unformatted text preview: gestures/words/interactions 3. Learning occurs in intimate personal groups-peers, work environments, etc. 4. Learning includes: techniques, motives, drives, rationalizations, attitudes 5. Specific direction of motives etc, is learned from definitions of legal code as favorable or unfavorable 6. One engages in crime because of an excess of definitions favorable to law violation over definitions unfavorable to law breaking a. Principle of differential association 7. Differential association may vary in frequency, duration, priority, and intensity a. Accounts for different rates and life cycles of offending 8. Learning criminal behavior involves all the mechanisms involved in any other learning 9....
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