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Chapter 14: Public Order Crime: Sex and Substance Abuse
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Marijuana use is considered a public order crime because __________.
its use challenges the moral principles and threatens the well-being of society
Compare vigilantes with moral crusaders.
Vigilantes work outside the law to stamp out immoral behavior, and moral crusaders work to shape the law to their own beliefs.
In this video report, critics of the amendments to legalize personal recreational marijuana use argue that it will lead to __________.
an increase in the need for treatment facilities for addicts
With the legalized medical marijuana trade in Colorado, how many marijuana dispensaries were in operation at the time the video was shot?
One argument raised against legalizing personal recreational marijuana in Colorado is that Colorado will become __________.
a destination for marijuana tourism
Compare the work practices of a B-girl with that of a call girl.
A B-girl sits in a bar, often nursing diluted drinks, waiting for customers, while a call girl meets clients for dates in hotels.
How does the view of prostitution in ancient Greece compare with society's view of it today?
Ancient Greeks believed prostitution had intellectual as well as sexual value; today, most believe that prostitution is morally harmful to society.
During the 19th century, prostitution was tied to __________.
English and American breweries
Fear of __________ prompted the passage of the Mann Act in 1925.
What types of crimes are considered public order crimes, or ones that threaten the moral well-being of society?
Which of the following does NOT fall within the top 10 countries with the highest share of adult pornography websites?
The view that behaviors that are harmful to other people or society in general must be controlled is called __________.
Because of social harm, society has deemed it illegal for adults to __________.
purchase the services of prostitutes
Individuals who go on moral crusades without authorization from legal authorities are called _________.
Harry Anslinger's efforts during the 1930s to sway lawmakers to change marijuana use from legal to illegal makes him an example of ___________.
a moral entrepreneur
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