← Chapter 8 Test
6 Written Questions
6 Multiple Choice Questions
- Laws represent the interests of specific groups that have the power to get them enacted.
- An inevitable outcome of social and political deprivation.
- Male aggression.
- The consequences of making and enforcing rules.
- Attempts to explain crime
5 True/False Questions
•Which theoretical perspective claims that a struggle for power is a basic feature of human existence? → Male aggression.
Who was the first theorist to relate conflict theory to criminology → George Vold
The leading American spokesperson for radical criminology is → Richard Quinney.
When Freda Adler studied the importance of nonlegal factors in the decision making of juries, she found that the __________ of the defendants significantly influenced their judgment. → Socioeconomic level
According to Edwin Lemert, secondary deviance sets in after → Laws represent the interests of specific groups that have the power to get them enacted.