Based on the Sacco book, crime waves are based on drastic shifts in…

Based on the Sacco book, crime waves are based on drastic shifts in our counts of crime.
Describe how the social process of counting crime – and changes in the way in which we
count crime – influence what we find regarding the prevalence of crime, regardless of
actual shifts in the amount of crime. How are our counts of crime social constructions, in
your opinion?

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