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geographic areas (e.g., neighborhood, census tract, state) that are related to crime? Answer Selected Answers: Ecologica l Macro- level Correct Answers: Ecologica l Macro- level Question 32 3 out of 3 points Papachristos (2004) and Monti (1993) pose similar challenges to the use of the term “disorganized” to describe delinquent groups such as gangs. Answer Selected Answer: Tru e Correct Answer: Tru e Question 33
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0 out of 3 points Conflict theory is most associated with what experience? Answer Selected Answer: Routine activities Correct Answer: Marginalizatio n Response Feedback: Learning objective: N/A; Cognitive Domain: Comprehension; Answer Location: Pg. 88; Question Type: MC Question 34 3 out of 3 points CHOOSE ALL THAT APPLY. Which of the following are believed to be precipitating factors of the development of prison gangs in Chicago? Answer Selected Answers: Mayor Daley’s 1969 gang war Large-scale incarceration of gang members Correct Answers: Mayor Daley’s 1969 gang war Large-scale incarceration of gang members Question 35 0 out of 3 points Which of the following is NOT one of the stages of gang development in the United States? Answer Selected Answer: The massive deportation of recently arrived immigrants Correct
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Answer: The development of transnational gangs Response Feedback: Learning objective: N/A; Cognitive Domain: Analysis; Answer Location: Pgs. 83-85; Question Type: MC Question 36 3 out of 3 points Papachristos and Kirk (2006) suggested that social disorganization theory predicted gang but not non-gang homicides because the neighborhoods where gangs flourished were probably different from the places where non-gang violence developed. Answer Selected Answer: Tru e Correct Answer: Tru e Question 37 3 out of 3 points Which of the following phenomena described in the five stages of gang development supports Thrasher’s (1927, 2000) contextualization argument? Answer Selected Answer: Multiple marginality Correct Answer: Multiple marginality Question 38 0 out of 3 points CHOOSE ALL THAT APPLY. Studies by Whtye (1943) and Suttles (1968) imply the following things about the application of social disorganization theory to gangs: Answer Selected Answers: Social disorganization theory does not need any modification to be applicable to gangs. Gangs actually reflect strategic responses to disorganization in communities. Correct Answers: Disorganization is a misleading term, and caution should be used in using it.
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Gangs actually reflect strategic responses to disorganization in communities. The original theory is not universally applicable to all social groups that reside within a disorganized community, and should be modified to apply to gangs. Response Feedback: Learning objective: N/A; Cognitive Domain: Analysis; Answer Location: Pgs. 78-79; Question Type: MS Question 39 0 out of 3 points It is implied that Thrasher’s (1927, 2000) term “interstitial” is borrowed from what discipline?
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