Forensics- turning to crime- Upbringing

basic knolledge on truning to crime

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The 3 sub sections in turning to crime?
Upbringing, cognition & biology
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Name the 3 study's in Upbringing?
Farrington, Sutherland & weatherburn
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brief Description of farringtons study?
Farrington- do problem families produce problem children, in australia, londitudenal. Farrington identifies large, multi-problem families as the biggest predictor of future offending in children.
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Brief Description of Sutherlands study?
9 principles of differential association theory- 1. Deviance occurs when people define a certain human situation as an appropriate occasion for violating social norms or criminal laws. 2. Definitions of the situation are acquired through an individua
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Bried Description of weatherburns study?
economic stress, child neglect/abuse, juvenile crime in particular postcodes.
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