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MSC: Factual 31. Cultural transmission theory emphasizes the correctional context in which deviant behavior is forced upon people to survive. REF: Theories of Crime and Deviance OBJ: 7.5
MSC: Conceptual 32. Sutherland and Cressey developed the theory of differential association. REF: Theories of Crime and Deviance OBJ: 7.5
MSC: Factual 33. Labeling theory shifts the focus of attention from the deviant individual to the social processes by which a person comes to be labeled as deviant. REF: Theories of Crime and Deviance OBJ: 7.5
MSC: Conceptual 34. The Uniform Crime Reports are one of the most commonly utilized statistics we have for keeping track of crime rates. REF: Crime in the United States OBJ: 7.7
MSC: Factual 35. The National Crime Victimization Survey involves statistics reported by the victims themselves. REF: Crime in the United States OBJ: 7.7
MSC: Factual
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36. The most frequent reason given by victims for not reporting a crime to the authorities is the belief that the police could not do anything about it. REF: Crime in the United States OBJ: 7.7
MSC: Factual 37. Crime can be defined as behavior that violates a society's criminal laws. REF: Crime in the United States OBJ: 7.7
MSC: Factual 38. The most serious crimes are misdemeanors. REF: Crime in the United States OBJ: 7.7
MSC: Factual 39. A major difference between adult and juvenile crime is that juveniles are much more likely to commit offenses in groups. REF: Kinds of Crime in the United States
OBJ: 7.7 MSC: Factual 40. The National Crime Victimization Survey shows that most crimes are reported to authorities. REF: Crime in the United States OBJ: 7.7
MSC: Factual 41. The goals of imprisonment are met in the United States. REF: Criminal Justice in the United States
OBJ: 7.8 MSC: Factual ESSAY 1. Discuss Durkheim’s contention that deviant behavior is “an integral part of all healthy societies.” Why is this the case? Discuss the functions and dysfunctions of deviance in a society.
REF: Defining Normal and Deviant Behavior OBJ: 7.1 MSC: Conceptual 2. Discuss the four main types of social sanctions. Be sure to differentiate between positive and negative, formal and informal. Can you place them in a social context or give examples?
REF: Mechanisms of Social Control OBJ: 7.4 MSC: Conceptual | Applied 3. Travis Hirschi contends that we all have the potential to commit deviant acts. Discuss four ways in which individuals become bonded to society and conventional behavior.
ANS: Not Provided REF: Theories of Crime and Deviance OBJ: 7.5 MSC: Conceptual 4. Discuss Sutherland and Cressey’s theory of differential association. Identify and discuss Sutherland’s principles of differential association.

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