The Social Ferment of the ____ Gave Birth to Critical
The social ferment of the ____ gave birth to critical criminology. A)1930s B)1940s C)1950s D)1960s
The publication of Taylor, Walton, and Young's __________ in 1973 gave a powerful boost to the conflict view and created a tradition for critical criminologists to question the role criminology plays in supporting the status quo and aiding the oppression of the poor and powerless. A)The New Criminology B)Left Realism in the Seventies C)Feminism and the Law D)The Social Reality of Crime
According to critical theorists, crime is a: A)legal concept designed to protect the poor from oppression. B)an idealistic concept resulting from a legal system designed to mete out the severest punishments to those who inflict the most social harm. C)political concept designed to protect the power and position of the upper classes. D)philosophical concept whereby laws are designed to maintain a tranquil, fair society.