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Which of the following crime reduction or prevention strategies is most characteristic of the social problems perspective? Answer A government-funded initiative to enhance educational opportunities among low-income individuals A move to broaden police powers by increasing the number of exceptions to the Exclusionary Rule Rewriting state statutes to increase the severity of punishment for violent offenders, such as three-strikes laws None of the above
A government-funded initiative to enhance educational opportunities among low-income individuals is most characteristic of the social problems perspective.
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A government-funded initiative to enhance educational opportunities among low-income individuals is most characteristic of the social problems perspective.
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