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Who proposed the strain theory of crime, which suggests that crime is a result of social and economic inequalities?

A. Robert Merton
B. Travis Hirschi
C. Edwin Sutherland
D. Albert Cohen

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Correct Answer: A. Robert Merton.
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Which type of enterprise has terrorist operatives used to infiltrate legal business?

A. import-export firms
B. construction companies
C. new media outlets
D. restaurants

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Money laundering is described as:

A. only required for drug money.
B. an activity aimed at making illegally obtained finds appear legitimate.
C. required for both illegally and legally obtained funds.
D. None of the above.

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What crime does the Taliban use to fund its terrorist activities?

A. money laundering
B. computer crime
C. destruction of cultural property
D. illicit drug trafficking

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Criminologists are primarily interested in the study of terrorism because:

A. it is at the hub of many other forms of criminality.
B. large numbers of people die.
C. it is a foreign-based crime.
D. most people do not understand its motivation.

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Which of the following is a misconception about the study of crime?

A. criminologists utilize a broad scientific perspective
B. criminology studies street crime, corporate, and global crimes
C. crime is a local matter
D. criminology includes the study of crime, penal codes, and deviance

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Which of the following phrases does not define criminology?

A. it is a scientific study of making laws and the breaking of laws
B. it is a subjective view of why crime occurs
C. it is society’s reaction to the breaking of law
D. it adopts methods of study from all the social and behavioral sciences

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