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a. Experimental b. Translational c. Theoretical d. Policy-based 18. The social _______ perspective holds that crime manifests from underlying social issues such as poverty, discrimination, and pervasive family violence. a. scientific b. responsibility c. deviance d. problems 19. Which of the following crime reduction or prevention strategies is most characteristic of the social problems perspective? a. A government-funded initiative to enhance educational opportunities among low- income individuals b. A move to broaden police powers by increasing the number of exceptions to the Exclusionary Rule c. Rewriting state statutes to increase the severity of punishment for violent offenders, such as three-strikes laws d. Allocating federal funds to help states build and operate more prisons 20. Which of the following statements about the social problems perspective is not true? a. It suggests that crime is a symptom of underlying social problems such as poverty and discrimination
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b. It emphasizes the development of social and educational opportunities as a way of dealing with the crime problem c. It emphasizes crime prevention efforts such as harsher sentences and the development of rehabilitation programs d. It sees crime as a public health problem as well as a criminal justice problem. 21. The social responsibility perspective focuses on the a. individual. b. society. c. government. d. justice system. 22. Which of the following recent developments in national crime control policy was not substantially influenced by the social responsibility perspective?
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