Critical Criminology: Definition & False Beliefs Video

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Which of these arguments is NOT a perspective of critical criminology?

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1. According to conventional criminologists, why should a society study crime?

2. Which of these statements BEST describes a Marxist perspective on crime?

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Explore the quiz/worksheet combo, seeing how much knowledge you have about critical criminology. Perspectives of this field and the reason that society should study crime according to conventional criminologists are topics you'll see on the quiz.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Take the quiz to discover how much you know about:

  • Views from feminist criminologists
  • A Marxist perspective on crime
  • Beliefs of conflict criminologists
  • Why people should study crime according to conventional criminologists

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  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information about why crime should be studied according to conventional criminologists and interpret it correctly

Additional Learning

You'll get to review more if you make it through the lesson called Critical Criminology: Definition & False Beliefs. Complete this lesson to:

  • Define criminology
  • See who's responsible for Marxism
  • Review the focus of liberal feminists
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