1. Broken windows theory relates to a type of crime prevention known as Environmental Crime Prevention, where any anti-social behaviour must be prevented...
- If it gets worse
- If the necessary fund are available to use, and if there is nothing else prioritised.
- Within a two-week time scale
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2. A criticism of rational choice theory is that...
- Consumerism is to blame for crime.
- It wasn't a legitimate theory so doesn't deserve any recognition.
- Some crimes are impulsive, so no calculation is used.
- Many working class people don't understand what choice actually means.
3. Which of the following is NOT one of Hirschi's bonds of attachment?
4. Broken windows theory was argued by Wilson and who else?
5. In broken windows theory, rowdiness needed to be challenged or vandalism would increase. But what was controversially argued within this theory?
- It was argued that the rowdiness can be unchallenged, as vandalism does decrease typically after a year or so.
- Broken windows is no longer an appropriate name for the theory, as windows can't be broken nowadays.
- No effort should be put into inner-city areas where crime is too bad, so police need to focus on places where there is 'still hope
- The police were accused of 'helping' vandals by ignoring all crime.