By Larry J. Siegel
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There was widespread looting in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, and Rue wanted to make sure people realized that society frowns on such behavior. The Conﬂ ict View of Crime The conﬂict view depicts society as a collection of diverse groups—owners, workers, professionals, students—who are in constant and continuing conﬂict. Groups able to assert their political power use the law and the criminal justice system to advance their economic and social position. Criminal laws, therefore, are viewed as acts created to protect the haves from the have-nots.
During the 1990s there were more homicides in Brazil than in the United States, Canada, Italy, Japan, Australia, Portugal, Britain, Austria, and Germany taken together. Why are murder rates so high in nations like Brazil? Law enforcement ofﬁcials link the upsurge in violence to drug trafﬁcking, gang feuds, vigilantism, and disputes over trivial matters in which young, unmarried, uneducated males are involved. Others ﬁnd that local custom and practice underpin the homicide rate. India has experienced a shocking form of violence against women known as bride burning.
Punishment is a deterrent to crime. Biological/Psychological Perspective Internal forces. Crime is a function of chemical, neurological, genetic, personality, intelligence, or mental traits. Structural Perspective Ecological forces. Crime rates are a function of neighborhood conditions, cultural forces, and norm conﬂict. Process Perspective Socialization forces. Crime is a function of upbringing, learning, and control. Peers, parents, and teachers inﬂuence behavior. Conﬂict Perspective Economic and political forces.
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