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1.Question 380 out of 3 pointsCHOOSE ALL THAT APPLY. Which of the following are also known as societal-level theories?
Response Feedback:Learning objective: N/A; Cognitive Domain: Comprehension; Answer Location: Pgs. 86-89; Question Type: MS2.Question 390 out of 3 pointsWhich methodological feature was the hallmark of early ecological studies based in the Chicago school of sociology (e.g., Park & Burgess,1925; Shaw & McKay, 1942)?AnswerSelected Answer:EthnographyCorrect Answer:MappingResponse Feedback:Learning objective: N/A; Cognitive Domain: Comprehension; Answer Location: Pg. 75; Question Type: MC3.Question 403 out of 3 pointsCHOOSE ALL THAT APPLY. Which of the following are ways to describe theories that concern themselves with characteristics of delimited
geographic areas (e.g., neighborhood, census tract, state) that are related to crime?4.Question 410 out of 3 pointsThe Pittsburgh Youth Study found marijuana to be one of the earliest developed problem behaviors among respondents.Response Feedback:Learning objective: N/A; Cognitive Domain: Comprehension; Answer Location: Pg. 94; Answer: False; Question Type: TF5.Question 423 out of 3 pointsWhich of the following is NOT an example of a family structure that would serve as a risk factor for delinquency in the developmental theoretical model?
6.Question 433 out of 3 points______________ studies are ideal for assessing the causal ordering of risk factors and outcomes related to gang involvement.7.Question 440 out of 3 pointsEsbensen and colleagues (1999) found _____________ to be the most important factor in determining whether or not youth joined a gang.AnswerSelected Answer:respectCorrect Answer:protectionResponse Feedback:Learning objective: N/A; Cognitive Domain: Comprehension; Answer Location: Pg. 102; Question Type:MC Question 45Needs GradingHow are macro-level and micro-level theories of delinquency and gangdevelopment linked? Be sure to provide examples of at least two theories that link the two levels of theorizing, and implications for empirical testing.@ Learning objective: N/A; Cognitive Domain: Analysis; Answer Location: Pgs. 96-98; Question Type: ESSAnswer