Respons e Feedbac k None Given Question 190 out of 3 points Which of the

Respons e feedbac k none given question 190 out of 3

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arrested in the CRASH sweeps were ever prosecuted.Response Feedback:[None Given] Question 19 0 out of 3 points Which of the following is NOT a source of gang myths? Response Feedback: Learning objective: N/A; Cognitive Domain: Comprehension; Answer Location: Pgs. 23, 24; Question Type: MC Question 200 out of 3 pointsCHOOSE ALL THAT APPLY. Which of the following gangs represent exceptions to the myth that gangs of the same name are connected?
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Mara Salvatrucha Response Feedback: Learning objective: N/A; Cognitive Domain: Knowledge; Answer Location: Pg. 26; Question Type: MR Question 21 3 out of 3 points Which of the following is NOT a motive specific to gangs in their use ofgraffiti? Question 220 out of 3 pointsAll of the following are common components of the process by which “subcultures” develop except: Response Feedback: Learning objective: N/A; Cognitive Domain: Analysis; Answer Location: Pg. 52; Question Type: MC Question 230 out of 3 pointsWhat implication of American criminologists’ lack of consistency in defining gangs do European criminologists find MOST problematic?
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Response Feedback: Learning objective: N/A; Cognitive Domain: Analysis; Answer Location: Pg. 43; Question Type: MC Question 240 out of 3 pointsA ___________ is the type of gang member LEAST likely to engage in violent acts. Response Feedback: Learning objective: N/A; Cognitive Domain: Comprehension; Answer Location: Pg. 47; Question Type: MC Question 253 out of 3 pointsChallenges to the Eurogang Network definition of “gangs” are based around the broadness of the definition and the related issue of having large segments of the youth population defined as members of a negatively connoted group. Question 263 out of 3 pointsAccording to Warr (1996, 2002), ____________ are small groups, typically composed of three or four adolescents, who are highly transitory and not well organized.
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