Criminological Theory

Criminal Justice

Quiz 7 :

The Chicago School and Cultural and Subcultural Theories of Crime

Quiz 7 :

The Chicago School and Cultural and Subcultural Theories of Crime

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Shaw and McKay proposed that more crime occurs in Burgess's ______.
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One of the criticisms of social disorganization theory is that it uses mostly a ______ level of analysis.
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C

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______ proposed that no subculture can be totally different from, or totally in conflict with, the society of which it is a part.
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______ areas are spaces where people from the same ethnic background live together.
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Because Chicago experienced a rapid growth that led to the influx of immigrants from many countries, language barriers made it hard to communicate.This is a good example of ______.
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Because of its population explosion, ______ became a type of laboratory for social researchers.
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______ is more subjected to invasion, domination, recession, and succession where crime is widespread.
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One of the examples in the text regarding the domination of the environment was the introduction of ______.
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Many studies have found that neighborhood watch programs are not only unsupportive in reducing crime, but these groups actually ______.
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Modern sociology developed at the Department of Sociology at the University of Chicago because ______.
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Social disorganization research findings rejected the notion of ______.
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In disorganized areas where neighborhoods cannot provide a system of organization for its members, ______ children follow ______ children.
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The case study in this chapter is about Whitey Bulger, a notorious gangster from South Boston.What was Bulger's involvement with crime?
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______ has recently created a subculture theory that emphasizes African-American community.
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Burgess proposed the concentric circles theory, where ______ was identified as the zone of transition.
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______ proposed a theory of city growth in which cities were also seen as growing from the inside outward.
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In his book Code of the Streets, Elijah Anderson states that for those living in poor conditions in the inner cities, two of the most treasured characteristics one can have is masculinity and ______.
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The most notable program resulting from the social disorganization model was ______.
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______ claimed the principles of ecology could be used to explain city growth/expansion.
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Ferracuti and Wolfgang examined the violent themes of a group of inner-city youth from ______.
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