Criminological Theory

Criminal Justice

Quiz 12 :

Integrated Theoretical Models and New Perspectives of Crime

Quiz 12 :

Integrated Theoretical Models and New Perspectives of Crime

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Braithwaite's integrated theory merges several major theories of crime, including strain theory, social disorganization, social control theory, and ______.
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Integrating experts from various disciplines to develop theories regarding criminality is referred to as ______.
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B

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Elliott's integrated theory focuses on explaining ______.
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B

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Braithwaite argued for a policy that would include ______.
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Weak social bond Negative per associations Crime.This model is referred to as the ______ model.
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If the key parts of differential association theory can be accommodated by differential reinforcement theory, this is referred to as ______.
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Issues in the area of theoretical integration were revisited about ______ ago at a conference attended by leading scholars in criminological theory development.
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What survey did Elliott and his colleagues use to test their theories?
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______ theories advocate the use of gang prevention programs.
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Integrating theories such that one theory explains the impulsiveness of offending and the other the planning of offending is referred to as ______.
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______ theories would argue for deinstitutionalization.
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The basis of Thornberry's theory was a combination of ______.
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Braithwaite's theory was presented in 1989 in his book ______.
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Most modern criminologists and theorists do not consider ______ theory to be one of the more robust models for understanding or reducing illegal activity.
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Thornberry incorporated empirical evidence from ______ when developing his interactional theory.
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Historically, criminological theories have been dominant in the discipline of ______.
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A theory that can effectively explain why crime occurs in certain individuals as well as in certain groups is ______.
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For typical individuals, the illustration of ______ integration is [High Self-Control Considerations of Potential Negative Consequences Deterred from Committing Crime].
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Braithwaite's inspiration for his theory of reintegrative shaming came from his comparison of socialization practices and the justice systems of ______ and Western culture.
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Per the case study about Thornberry's interactional model, what happened to Johnny?
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