Social distribution of crime and deviance by factors

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1. What type of crimes do the genders commit?

  • The same types of crime - depends on social class only
  • Men dominate all offences, women do theft (shoplifting), rapid rise in female violence (still less than men)
  • Women dominate all offences, men do theft (shoplifting), rapid rise in male violence (still less than Women)
  • Hanji does MAD experiements, boys do boys, girls do girls!
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2. Why is Juvenile delinquency committed and by who?

  • Boredom, search for excitement, malice - Young people usually in subcultures or gangs
  • Young Quincys rage against Soul Reapers who steal their Quinces!
  • Money, search for boredom, malice - Old people usually in subcultures or gangs
  • Money, material goods, rage - Working class only

3. What part does gender play in crime?

  • Fem titans crush churches with DAT ASS! Male titans eat peeps! Hanji does WAY worse!
  • 80%-90% all offenders male, 1/3rd of men likely to offend, only 8% women, ratio of 5:1
  • Nothing
  • 80%-90% all offenders female, 1/3rd of women likely to offend, only 8% men, ratio of 5:1

4. What part does age play in crime?

  • Nothing
  • Old people (Like Kuzu) the villians! Young people the heroes! Middle aged chorus/minor characters!
  • The older you get the less likely you are to commit crime, 50% all crime committed by young people
  • Old people do it more, 50% all crime by old people

5. More ethnicity stastics?

  • Fighting types commit assualts, Ghost types haunt, Dark types vandalise lamposts!
  • Black youth more likely to get ASBOs than any other ethnic minority, Fall in Asian arrests and convictions but still above National average
  • Black youth more likely to get ASBOs than any other ethnic minority, Rise in Asian arrests and convictions but still below National average
  • Asian youth more likely to get ASBOS than any other ethnic minority, Fall in Black arrests and convictions but still above National average

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