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According to rational choice theory, the potential criminals in a population are known as: a. victims. B. defendants. C. suitable criminals. D. reasoning criminals
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User: According to rational choice theory, the potential criminals in a population are known as: a. victims. B. defendants. C. suitable criminals. D. reasoning criminals

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User: ___________occur when significant others, such as parents, peer, neighbors, and teachers, direct their disapproval, stigma, anger, and indignation toward the offender. A. informal sanctions. B. formal sanctions. C. delayed sanctions. D. reactive sanctions

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According to rational choice theory, the potential criminals in a population are known as: suitable criminals.

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Informal sanctions occur when significant others, such as parents, peer, neighbors, and teachers, direct their disapproval, stigma, anger, and indignation toward the offender.
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___________occur when significant others, such as parents, peer, neighbors, and teachers, direct their disapproval, stigma, anger, and indignation toward the offender. A. informal sanctions. B. formal sanctions. C. delayed sanctions. D. reactive sanctions
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