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2. Green crime is defined as...

  • Crime that may harm leaves.
  • Crime against the environment.
  • Crime against flowers only.
  • Crime against members of Green political parties.

3. White (2008) has two views of harm:

  • Anthropocentric and Ecocentic
  • Race and Interdependency
  • Humanocentric and Ecocentric
  • Ethnocentric and Environmocentric

4. Green criminologists argue that the powerful view/define what is environmentally harmful, in order to benefit themselves. This viewpoint is similar to what other group of theorists?

  • Subcultural Theorists
  • Marxists
  • Feminists
  • Functionalists

5. Traditional criminologists argue that an action is only a crime when...

  • A person has broken the law.
  • A person discriminates the environment.
  • The media say it is.
  • Traditional members of society say it is.


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