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Jake is a 12-year-old kid living in Michigan. Jake's brother, Carl, deals drugs in their suburban
neighborhood. He’s constantly trying to push Jake away from doing this too. saying that it's too dangerous for his little brother. He won't teach him how to do it well and tells lake to focus instead on
school. As a teen, lake makes friends with a guy a few years older who wants him to work for him running dmgs back and forth between different parts of the neighborhood. Jake does this once but it
feels wrong somehow. Even though he could have made good money. he decides not to do it again. 1. How does differential association factor into the teen's decisions about whether to engage in
criminal acb'yity? Use key terms and eyidence from this lesson to support your responses.

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