Beaver et al. (2009) (Reading 10 in learning module 9) examined the role of environmental and genetic factors on an individual’s behavior.
a) The authors proposed that low-self control be, to some extent, explained by genetic factors. Describe and explain two justifications the authors offered to support this statement.
b) Consider the role of the environment in one’s behavior based on this study. Critically assess, in two aspects, why the authors included measures on delinquent peers.
c) Discuss one limitation of the study.
Label your answers clearly as Q1a), Q1b) and Q1c), and put the word count at the end of your answers for Q1. The total word count for your answers is 350-400 words.
Question 2 (350-400 words):
Jacobs and Wright (1999) (Reading 12 in learning module 11) discussed the importance of criminal motivation in crime commission. In connection to the article, answer the following questions:
a) How do armed robbers differ from other offenders? Focus on one major characteristic.
b) What were the primary motives for offenders to commit an armed robbery? Discuss two main motives.
c) Why did the offenders prefer armed robbery, as opposed to other types of methods, when committing a crime? Discuss two reasons.
Label your answers clearly as Q2a), Q2b) and Q2c), and put the word count at the end of your answers for Q2. The total word count for your answers is 350-400 words.
Question 3 (350-400 words)
Victoroff (2005) (Reading 13 in learning module 12) described several major theoretical perspectives in explaining terrorism, including 1) psychopathological theory, 2) rational choice, 3) sociological theories, 4) psychological theories and 5) theory of group process. Pick one theory from each of the above theoretical perspectives and describe each theory’s main assertions with regard to terrorists/terrorism (You should discuss 5 theories in total).
Label your answers clearly as Q3a), Q3b) and Q3c), and put the word count at the end of your answers for Q3. The total word count for your answers is 350-400 words.
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