1. Clarke: crime is a choice based on a rational calculation of perceived benefits and perceived costs. This is known as what?
- Rational choice theory
- Benefits and costs calculation
- Rational calculation formula
- General criminal choice
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2. Murray argues that generous welfare benefits have led to the rise of the...
- Benefit subcultures
- Old rabble
3. Wilson & Hernstein: people born with...
- The options to commit crime, but they don't commit crime as they don't want to offend their family.
- predisposition against crime and if parents don't teach children norms and values, they may commit crime.
- A natural reason to commit crime.
- A status that could mean that they may commit deviance.
4. Hirschi: human's act rationally and are controlled by being offered what?
- A deal
- A voucher
- A reward only
5. Currently, right realists argue that the perceived costs of crime are...
- Low, thus increasing the crime rate.
- High, meaning that the crime rate is low.
- High in London, which leads to criminals targetting rural areas.
- Low, but people still don't commit crime.