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Which of the following statements highlights the strengths of differential association theory
it explains the importance of delinquent friends
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Which two (numbered) propositions are considered the cornerstone of Sutherland differential association theory?
agents of socialization, content of socialization
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According to Sutherland’s differential association theory, a person becomes deviant or delinquent when there is a(n)
excess of deviant contacts favorable to violation of the law.
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Given the basic principles of differential association theory, which of the following situations is most likely to produce delinquency?
A juvenile’s parents, with whom he is very close, are drug abusers
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According to differential association theory, how does learning criminal behavior differ from learning other types of behavior?
There is no difference between learning criminal and noncriminal behavior
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Referring to differential association theory, how does learning criminal behavior differ from learning other behavior?
(There is no difference between learning criminal behavior and non-criminal behavior.)
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The principle that criminal techniques are learned is part of: a. labeling theory b. differential reinforcement theory c. social reaction theory d. differential association theory
d. differential association theory
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Edwin Sutherland’s Differential Association Theory links deviance to the amount of contact a person has with others who………? `
encourages or discourages conventional behavior
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What is a weakness of differential association theory?
How did the first delinquency start? Unclear definition of ”definitions” Difficult to measure and test definitions
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What is differential association theory?
individuals have a greater tendency to deviate from society norms when they associate with people who tend towards deviance rather than conformity.
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