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There are many reasons that people fail to report crime. It can range from damage to property to domestic violence. For example, insurance rates usually go up if there is property damage. Domestic
issues are kept quiet when possible and there are many people that engage in mutual combat. Fear, shame, and guilt, are just some of the reasons that people fail to report crime. Social problems perspective is saying that people are not actually responsible for their problems, and that society should have prevented their problem. The Social responsibility theory says that individuals make choices to commit crime, and have to take responsibility instead of blaming lack of programs available to them. The bottom lines comes down to this; People need to make a choice to do what is right despite of their circumstances or what is available to them, you have to work for what you want and be the example that no matter what you are born into you can still do well.
That's very true. People have this human will to control his actions and decision in every instances in his life. It's either to do what's right or follow the otherwise.
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