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a. The increase in the number of federal capital crimes b. The enactment of a federal three-strikes law c. The abolition of federal parole d. The creation of the Job Corps to reduce unemployment by encouraging the development of job skills 23. This book recognizes that crime is not an isolated individual activity but a(n) _______ event. a. social b. economic c. deviant d. political 24. An American visitor witnessing a crime in Japan may interpret the events differently than someone born within the Japanese culture. This is an example of a. intercultural perspective. b. social relativity. c. deviant perception. d. politicization. 25. Ultimately, crime is a result of the coming together of inputs provided by all but which of the following? a. The victim b. The criminal justice system c. Society d. The media 26. Which of the following is a background contribution by the offender? a. A genetic inventory b. A peculiar motivation c. A specific intent d. A drug-induced state of mind
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27. The ______ contributes to a criminal event by failing to prevent criminal activity. a. victim b. offender c. criminal justice system d. general public 28. Victims may actively contribute to their own victimization through the appearance of a. defensiveness. b. exposure. c. defenselessness. d. precipitation. 29. __________ is the process by which one acquires the cultural values of one’s society. a. Socialization b. Integration c. Social relativity d. Criminalistics 30. Many modern criminologists operate from a(n) _______ perspective. a. psychological b. political c. economic d. sociological
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