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6 Multiple choice questions

  1. Laws represent the interests of specific groups that have the power to get them enacted.
  2. Richard Quinney.
  3. Attempts to explain crime
  4. Why people commit crimes in the first place
  5. The consequences of making and enforcing rules.
  6. Conflict

5 True/False questions

  1. Radical feminists view the cause of crime in women to beAn inevitable outcome of social and political deprivation.

          

  2. Due process means thatLaws represent the interests of specific groups that have the power to get them enacted.

          

  3. Left realists recognize street crime asAn inevitable outcome of social and political deprivation.

          

  4. According to Edwin Lemert, secondary deviance sets in afterLaws represent the interests of specific groups that have the power to get them enacted.

          

  5. In the 1940s, which of the following theorists formulated the basic assumptions of labeling theory?George Vold

          

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