Question

1. Human behavior is an exact science that can be predicted with certainty.
a. True
b. False

2. Rational choice is considered a crime- specific theory because different crimes meet different needs for the offender and because the context in which the rational choice occurs is unique to each offense.
a. True
b. False

3. Neutralization is a sub- theory of rationalization that proposes each of the following as a means that an offender might seek to neutralize his or her role in a crime except:
a. Higher loyalty
b. Condemnation
c. Denial
d. Rationale

4. Which of the following is not a denial technique commonly used by offenders to rationalize their action?
a. Denial of the victim
b. Denial of attribution
c. Denial of responsibility
d. Denial of injury

5. An effort to neutralize one’s actions by shifting blame to those who are opposed to fraudulent behavior is called:
a. Condemnation
b. Blame shifting
c. Cross blaming
d. Blame denial

6. The general theory of crime posits that a crime is a natural consequence of a controlled human desire to seek pleasure and inflict pain.
a. True
b. False

7. Criminal motivation, in and of itself, does not produce a crime, because _____ is also necessary.
a. Bravery
b. Poor judgment
c. Opportunity
d. A mean spirit



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