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2. "Crime is a rational response to capitalism and is found in all classes" according to who?

  • Gordon (1976)
  • Snider (1993)
  • Reiman (2001)
  • Chambliss (1975)

3. Marx: each significant period in histrory is based around a 'mode of production', e.g.

  • Weapons.
  • Typewriter.
  • Slavery.
  • Silk.

4. Taylor et al's theory on how crime develops has 6 aspects. Which is not one of those?

  • Investigate the immediate origins of social reaction
  • Investigate the cost of damges due to the act
  • Investigate the act itself
  • Investigate the wider origins of social reaction
  • Investigate the wider origins of the act
  • Investigate the immediate origins of the act
  • Investigate the effects of labelling

5. New Criminologists aim to combine ideas from...

  • Interactionism (observations prove crime) and Postmodernism (modern day services means more crime)
  • Traditional Marxism (unequal wealth and power to enforce laws) and Interactionism (effects of labels)
  • Functionalism (how the family affects crime) and Marxism (capitalism leads to new crime)
  • Left realism (unequal capitalism) and Marxism (revolutions)

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