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Which of the following is NOT one of the four areas generally addressed in feminist criminology

Question : Which of the following is NOT one of the four areas generally addressed in feminist criminology : 2141791

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

21) Which of the following is NOT one of the four areas generally addressed in feminist criminology?

A) Peacemaking with capitalism

B) Gender differences in crime

C) Victimization of women

D) Explanations of women's criminality

22) Like conflict theory, radical theory's views seem less relevant for ________ than for consensual offenses and political criminality.

A) Street crime

B) White-collar crime

C) Government

D) Environmental crime

23) What is considered is "at the heart" of much of girls' and women's law breaking?

A) Sexual abuse

B) Feminism

C) Poverty

D) Racism

24) Who are much more likely than Americans to think that criminals can change for the better?

A) The Saudis

B) The Japanese

C) The Russian

D) The Iranians

25) Which views on crime developed in the mid-1970s, in part because labeling and conflict theories neglected gender?

A) Feminist

B) Freudian

C) Classical

D) Masculine

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

26) Traditional theories of deviance and crime adopt an absolutist definition of deviance as something real that is inherent in behavior. In contrast, labeling theory adopts a relativist definition.

27) Labeling theory assumes that poor, minority people are less likely than other categories of people to be arrested or to suffer other legal sanctions.

28) In a self-fulfilling prophecy, the social—psychological and practical consequences of official labeling thus lead to deviance amplification.

29) Labeling theory assumes that an arrest, conviction, or other criminal label produces several consequences that often lead someone to commit additional deviance.

30) The Japanese are much less likely than Americans to think criminals can change for the better.

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