1. Feminists argue that women don't stay at home during fear of victimisation for safety, but rather because of their psychological state. E.g.
- Staying at home has led to insanity, but they still fear going outside.
- The threat of patriarchal violence they could face from men.
- They aren't aware of the outside world, so don't want to venture away from home.
- If they have mental issues, they are likely to not be allowed out from care home etc.
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2. Christie argues that the 'victim' is socially constructed (isn't accurate) to create stereotypes of an 'ideal victim'. Which of the following is not a stereotype?
3. ECP relates to which theory by Wilson & Kelling?
- Broken windows
- Damaged doors
4. Which of the following is not a criticism of SCP?
- It ignores causes of crime (poverty or poor socialisation), so hard to develop long-term crime reduction strategies.
- Chaiken et al: Designing out NY roberries didn't happen, it merely displaced them.
- It focuses on opportunistic petty crimes, ignores costly & harmful white collar, corporate and state crimes.
- Clarke: rational choice theory exists.
- Assumes rational choice calculation happens, yet some crimes are impulsive.
5. Through using community-based controls rather than prisons, young offenders can avoid doing what?
- Fulfilling a self prophecy of crime.
- Paying taxes.
- Losing freedom.
- Becoming employed, but still enjoy life.
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