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a. Shoplifting a candy bar b. Drinking alcohol c. Speeding d. Joyriding 8. The _______ perspective says that laws should be enacted to criminalize certain behaviors when members of society generally agree that such laws are necessary? a. consensus b. sociological c. pluralistic d. legalistic 9. The pluralistic perspective suggests that behaviors are typically criminalized through a. a political process b. the general agreement of most members of society. c. the existence of shared norms and values. d. consensus. 10. The gun control debate is an example of the ______ perspective. a. consensus b. sociological c. conflict d. pluralistic 11. _________ is the field of study that is concerned primarily with the causes and consequences of crime a. Criminal justice b. Criminology c. Criminality d. Criminalistics 12. A _______________ studies crime, criminals, and criminal behavior. a. scientist b. criminal justice professional c. criminologist d. criminalist 13. Which of the following would probably not fall within the field of criminalistics? a. Forensics examiner b. Polygraph operator c. Fingerprint examiner d. Correctional officer 14. Criminal justice focuses on
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a. the control of lawbreaking. b. the causes of crime. c. the consequences of crime. d. the victim. 15. A(n) ________ of crime attempts to explain all or most forms of criminal conduct through a single, overarching approach. a. complete b. unicausal c. integrated d. general 16. The General Theory of Crime suggests that all types of criminal and deviant behavior can be explained by a lack of self-control. This is an example of a(n) ______________ theory. a. integrated b. unicausal c. bicameral d. complete 17. ___________ criminology involves taking the results of criminological research and converting it into workable social policy and practice.
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