Criminology Midterm

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Rational Choice Theory

Trait Theory

Evolutionary theory

Attachment theory

Behavioral theory

Social Learning theory

Cognitive theory

Social disorganization theory

Strain theory

Cultural Deviance theory

Anomie theory

Social Control theory

Social Reaction theory

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institutions of social control have broken down

subculture

crime is a product of abnormal biological or psychological traits

everyone has the potential to become a criminal but are controlled by their bonds to society

forming an emotional bond to another person is an important aspect of mental health

traits are being carried over to the current generations

how people process decision making; how people perceive and mentally represent the world around them and solve problems

people learn to be aggressive through life experience; learn techniques and attitudes from close relationships with criminal peers

behavior is reinforced with rewards and punishments

people become criminals when significant members of society label them as such and they accept those labels as a personal identity.

strain between norms and goals

social adaptations (CIRRR)

evaluating the risks of crimes and the outcomes they want; costs and benefits


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