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8.Research by Arnold suggests a relationship between women’s victimization in their families and their subsequent involvement in the criminal justice system.
Page: 156LO: 3TYPE: ConceptualSOURCE: Modified9.Critics and supporters of Hirschi’s control theory agree there is a correlation between weak social bonds and engaging in deviant behavior.
Page: 157LO: 4TYPE: ConceptualSOURCE: New10.Labeling theory provides a comprehensive explanation of deviance and social control.
Page: 159LO: 4TYPE: ConceptualSOURCE: NewRejoinder: Labeling theory calls attention to the relationship between identity and social control. However, it does not explain why some accept the label of deviant while others do not. Nor does it explain the cause of the original acts of deviance. 11.Violent crime accounts for less than five percent of arrests in the U.S.
Page: 161LO: 5TYPE: FactualSOURCE: New12.Corporate crimes are often more costly in terms of money and lives lost than violent crimes.
Page: 163LO: 6TYPE: FactualSOURCE: New13.The Uniform Crime Reports is an accurate count of the types and numbers of crimes committed in the U.S.
Page: 165LO: 7TYPE: ConceptualSOURCE: NewRejoinder: The Uniform Crime Report (UCR) compiled by the Federal Bureau of 189
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Survey (NCVS) was developed by the Bureau of Justice Statistics as a means of collecting statistics about crime that has not necessarily been reported. The NCVS estimates that 51 percent of violent crime and 60 percent of property crimes are not reported to the police.14.Two or three major groups control the majority of organized crime in the U.S.
Page: 163LO: 6TYPE: FactualSOURCE: NewRejoinder: There are many groups, operating at all levels of society, who are responsible for organized crime in the U.S.15.People are more likely to report crime when they believe that something can be done about it (for example, apprehension of the perpetrator or retrieval of their property).
Page: 165LO: 7TYPE: FactualSOURCE: Pickup16.Violent crime in the U.S. has been increasing steadily since 2001.
Page: 165LO: 6TYPE: FactualSOURCE: NewRejoinder: Between 2001 and 2010 the number of violent and serious victimizations in the U.S. fell by 34 percent.17.The primary difference between organized crime and terrorism is motivation.
Page: 166LO: 7TYPE: ConceptualSOURCE: New18.The three most common arrest categories for both men and women are driving under theinfluence of alcohol or drugs (DUI), larceny, and minor or criminal mischief types of offenses.

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