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the perspective that sees crime as the reflection of the preferences and opinions of people who hold social power in a particular legal jurisdiction is the: a. consensus view. b. conflict view. c. interactionist view. d. all of the above
The perspective that sees crime as the reflection of the preferences and opinions of people who hold social power in a particular legal jurisdiction is the Interactionist view.
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The perspective that sees crime as the reflection of the preferences and opinions of people who hold social power in a particular legal jurisdiction is the Interactionist view.
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