CRJ 180 Week 11 Juvenile Final Exam

CRJ 180 Week 11 Juvenile Final Exam

21 August 0

Question 1 6 out of 6 points       One of the crucial functions of the family is the inculcation of moral values. That is:         Selected Answer: families must train children to be inclined toward the good.Correct Answer: families must train children to be inclined toward the good.Response Feedback:Good work     […]

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CRJ 180 Final Exam

CRJ 180 Final Exam

21 August 0

Question 1 6 out of 6 points       According to Robert Agnew’s general strain theory, it is evident that ______ can plunge an adolescent into drug abuse.         Selected Answer: depressionCorrect Answer: depressionResponse Feedback:Good work       Question 2 6 out of 6 points       Once a juvenile is […]

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CRJ 180 Midterm

CRJ 180 Midterm

21 August 0

Question 1 6 out of 6 points       Youth who are diagnosed with oppositional defiant disorder are more likely to:         Selected Answer: All of the above are correct.Correct Answer: All of the above are correct.       Question 2 6 out of 6 points       Life-course persistent delinquents: […]

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CRJ 180 Ethics Week 2 Quiz

CRJ 180 Ethics Week 2 Quiz

21 August 0

Question 1 2 out of 2 points       Sodomy laws:         Selected Answer: criminalized deviant sexual acts such as anal intercourse.Correct Answer: criminalized deviant sexual acts such as anal intercourse.       Question 2 2 out of 2 points       Which of the following allows law enforcement officers to […]

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Balancing Issues

Balancing Issues

21 August 0

Balancing Issues CRJ 180 Stayer University   Balancing Issues A problem every individual that chooses to work in the criminal justice field will encounter is individual rights versus the public’s protection. While this decision is a difficult one, it can become necessary. Every individual wants to have their privacy and freedom to the fullest, but […]

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Case Study 1: Applying Theory to Practice

Case Study 1: Applying Theory to Practice

21 August 0

Case Study 1: Applying Theory to Practice CRJ 180: Juvenile Delinquency and Justice Juvenile delinquency is nothing new, and it seems to be getting worse with each passing year. Young children are committing crimes that shock the nation, from mass shootings and murder to lesser crimes like theft and vandalization. These crimes are often the […]

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Bullying: The Amanda Todd Story

Bullying: The Amanda Todd Story

21 August 0

Bullying: The Amanda Todd Story CRJ180: Juvenile Delinquency and Justice Bullying: The Amanda Todd Story Amanda Michelle Todd was born November 27, 1996 in British Columbia, Canada. In the year 2009, Amanda moved in with her father and like every other pre-teen/teenager she created an account to meet new people via video chat. She befriended […]

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Case Study 2: Bullying: The Amanda Todd Story

Case Study 2: Bullying: The Amanda Todd Story

21 August 0

Case Study 2: Bullying: The Amanda Todd Story CRJ 180: Juvenile Delinquency and Justice Bullying: The Amanda Todd Story In a society of information, an epidemic has taken over our country. Those who are most effected are those who are still searching to find out who they are. This disease is called bullying, a bully […]

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Combating Juvenile Delinquency

Combating Juvenile Delinquency

21 August 0

Assignment 1: Combating Juvenile Delinquency CRJ 180: Juvenile Delinquency and Justice Juvenile delinquency has been a problem within the world for many decades. Over the past decade or so, there have been many programs introduced to help with the juvenile delinquency problem. In the state of Georgia, there are many different ways that each region, […]

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