Using at least one biological theory, one psychological theory, and three sociological theories of crime covered in this course, submit a integrated (or general) theory of crime. In discussing your theory, be sure to identify which variables have a direct relationship and which variables have a negative (inverse) relationship (if any). You may even attempt to try and articulate the strength of the relationships (degree of correlation)—(your best guess, make it up; strong correlation or weak, as you perceive it). Also, include a causal model diagram that expresses the relationship of the independent and dependent variables. Finally, explain your causal model in a thesis statement with appropriate propositions.
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