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Sociology "criminology class"

Questions: Be sure to answer each part of each question. Base your responses on the information in the textbook (i.e., do not seek out other resources that you will then have to cite).

Provide the page number/s of the text on which you found support for the answer you provided. Indicate these pages by putting the page number/s in parentheses (#) following each answer. Failure to do so will result in points being deducted. If this is not clear, then see me.

1. As a criminologist, you are tasked with studying the criminal activities of gang members (or hate groups) in a particular community through participant observation.

[a] Identify at least three relevant ethical concerns with this study.

[b] How would these concerns shape your research project?

Create two separate paragraphs. That is, the first paragraph should be your answer for Question 1-a, and the second paragraph should be your answer for Question 1-b.

2. While walking to her car in a mall parking lot, a woman is approached by a man who displays a handgun and demands her purse. She gives him her purse, and he runs away with it. How would each of the following theoretical perspectives explain this crime?

a. Demonology
b. Classicalism
c. Ecological Theory

Please make sure that u say in wich page did u get each answear from "by the end of each prograph"

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1a. The Act Requirement, The Legality Requirement, and The Punishment Requirement are the three ethical concerns which relate this study. Apart from this there are others elements which have their influence in the same but here those three factors will be considered and will be discussed.

According to the Act requirement (The Act versus Status) no punishment should be given to a person based on his status or condition. It is there with them from birth and is their birthright. Rather the behavioral part is taken into consideration and punishment is based upon the same.

When a person is behaving in an unethical manner or something that hurts the constitutional right of another person than he needs to be punished or penalized. For example, Drug Addiction is treated as a crime in California. Another aspect of the failure of the Act is the miss-coordination between the mind and the body. The mind needs to understand and realize the significance of the act then the only body will react accordingly. Simply forceful act will be a significant failure.




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