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Criminologists have begun to pay attention to the onset and termination of antisocial behavior

Question : Criminologists have begun to pay attention to the onset and termination of antisocial behavior : 2141758

Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.

21) Criminologists have begun to pay attention to the onset and termination of antisocial behavior, delinquency, and crime at different stages over the ________: infancy, childhood, adolescence, young adulthood, and beyond.

A) Power ages

B) Life course

C) Time cycle

D) Personality stages

22) Which of the following assumes that antisocial behavior is restricted to childhood?

A) Adolescence-limited theory

B) Teen-choice theory

C) Youth-development theory

D) Persistent-threat theory

23) Many scholars favor theoretical ________ because they feel that neither a social process nor a structural approach can adequately explain crime by itself.

A) Hyperbole

B) Separation

C) Limiters

D) Integration

24) Hirschi's 1969, ________ is the most influential control theory.

A) Control imbalance

B) Broken windows theory

C) Social bonding theory

D) Neoclassical theory

25) Social controls concern attachments to and involvement in ________, such as the family, schools, and religion.

A) Juvenile boundary enforcers

B) Unconventional subcultures

C) Conventional social institutions

D) Adolescent attachment groups

TRUE/FALSE. Write 'T' if the statement is true and 'F' if the statement is false.

26) Sociologists believe most behavior is learned.

27) Edwin Sutherland is the author of differential association theory.

28) Albert Bandura argued that aggressive tendencies are inborn.

29) Weak personal controls often result from strong social controls.

30) Denying injury occurs when adolescents say they are not responsible for the delinquent acts they intend to commit.

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