crime as risen, and has expanded the scope of criminal possibility. The most
prominent one, I think, is child po
he/she makes a rational choice to d
Explain why biological explanations have been, and remain,
Phrenology was on the earliest biological explanations of crime.
Phrenology is the detailed study of the size and shape of the skull;
dates back to the mid 1700-1800s. Franz Gall, a
Identify the three major components of routine activities theory.
Developed in the late 1970s, routine activities theory refers to
generalized patterns of social activities in a society. Routine activities
theory states that that in order for a crime to b