Question : Matza argued that delinquents are not constantly delinquent and instead : 2141752
Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
11) Matza argued that delinquents are not constantly delinquent and instead ________ into and out of delinquency.
12) Attachment, commitment, and involvement are elements of ________.
A) Social bond
B) Rational choice
13) Belief refers to:
A) Getting a good education
B) An individual's investment of energy and emotion
C) The amount of time an individual spends on a conventional pursuit
D) Acceptance of the norms of conventional society
14) Which is the most important social bond element and refers to the degree to which we care about the opinions of others, including parents and teachers?
15) Family interaction or ________ refers to the nature of the interaction and relationships within the family.
A) Family bonding
B) Family functioning
C) Family setting
D) Family disorder
16) In explaining its low rate, several scholars emphasize the Japanese culture, in particular the value it places on ________.
17) Regarding family structure, the most studied component is ________ in the form of a household headed by a single parent, usually the mother, because of divorce, birth out of wedlock, or, less commonly, the death of a parent.
A) Family bonding
B) Family fostering
C) Family functioning
D) Family disruption
18) Which of the following is true regarding schools and social bond?
A) Students with high grades are less likely to bond with their peers or teachers
B) Youths who are homeschooled are more likely to engage in criminal behavior, particularly violent behavior
C) Adolescents who are less involved in school extracurricular activities are also more likely to be delinquent
D) Crime amongst juveniles has decreased since the advent of the school lunch program
19) Gottfredson and Hirschi argued that all crime stems from one problem: ________, which results from ineffective child rearing and lasts throughout life.
A) Poor nutrition
B) Disorganized neighborhoods
C) Excessive television viewing
D) The lack of self-control
20) Which of the following supports Tittle's control balance theory?
A) People with low self-control, such as the urban poor, tend to commit crime
B) People with unbalances testosterone levels, such as the urban poor, tend to commit crime
C) People with a control surplus, such as corporate executives, tend to commit crime
D) People with a control deficit, such as corporate executives, tend to commit crime