For each should have an introduction statement, followed by a…

For each should have an introduction statement, followed by a thesis statement outlining what you are going to discuss.
• A statement or statements of fact (s) that are supported by peer-reviewed citations.
• A transition that will make an argument or allow you to compare and contrast a topic you are writing on.
• A conclusion, wrapping up what you have stated, and finishing your argument.
Discuss the key points of the labeling theory and the consequences of labeling. Include in your discussion the concepts of primary and secondary deviance.
If family relations and parental mentoring are so important to deterring criminal behavior, should we place most of the blame for delinquency on the parents? Why or why not?
Imagine you have been convicted of a felony. As part of your sentence, you are given a choice between psychosurgery on your brain or participating in cognitive therapy for the full term of your imprisonment. Which would you choose and why?
Imagine that you have an opportunity to interview a woman who is a career criminal. What kinds of information would you hope to gather to better understand the development of her deviant behaviors (developmental theory of crime)? Please choose a real-life example to present in this answer.
Social structure theory emphasizes the effects of social forces over individual traits as causes of criminal behavior. Yet, when some newsworthy crime occurs, some official always says that the criminal is evil. In regards to criminal behavior, does social structure theory mean that evil does not exist? Explain your answer, you may provide real-life cases to do so.

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