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Sienna is scared to do this but her friend tells her how to get away with it. The friend explains that the
owner counts the money at 6pm, but doesn't worry about what comes in or out between 6pm-7pm.
Sienna's friend advises her that that's exactly the right time to steal. Sienna tries this one day and she
isn't caught. She decides to do this whenever she wants a little extra pocket money. She tells herself,
"The owner won't miss it anyway."
1. How does differential association factor into the teen's decisions about whether to engage in
criminal activity? Use key terms and evidence from this lesson to support your responses.

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