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The Study Connecting to Classical School The Case Study How Does the Case Study Relate?
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What is Instrumental Rationality
The Model of rationality that sex offenders use when committing an assault.
100
What is Neoclassical Criminology?
A theory that is an early branch Classical School criminology and is distinguishable based on its focus of individuality.
100
Who is Brock Turner?
The key offender we examined in our case study.
100
What is the dark figure of crime?
Un-reported crime commonly seen for sexual assault.
200
What is What is the Average Victim Age of the Study?
Age 15.42/ 15 years of age on average.
200
What is crime?
The act that results when benefits of a criminal act outweigh the losses, particularly from a myopic perspective.
200
Who were Brock's victims?
Unconscious females, who were out late, and located in isolated areas like behind a dumpster.
200
What are the 4 positive out comes received by male sex offenders who commit sexual assault?
Completion, higher likelihood of penetration, less resistance from the victim, gratification of acceptance from others.
300
What is What is Victim Resistance?
Resulting action is increased injury and decreased penetration.
300
What is the year that Derek Cornish and Ronald Clarke's Rational Choice theory was published?
The year 1986.
300
What was Brock's sentence for his crimes?
6 months
300
What is luring your rapebait?
An article released in 2013 by boys in the upper level of a fraternity and the effect this instruction would have on other lower members of a fraternity.
400
What are immediate positive outcomes?
The primary and strongest motivator for sex offenders.
400
What is specific deterrence?
A concept of Beccaria's that is most effective and applicable to the sex offenders in the study.
400
What population of women experience sexual assault in their first two semesters at school?
1 in 5
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What are hazing rituals?
Campus culture that encourages rape behaviour and mentality.
500
What is the Massachusetts Treatment Center?
The place where the study was conducted.
500
What is 'On Crimes and Punishments'?
Cesare Beccaria's staple publication (that he wrote at age 26) that became the academic foundation of Classical School Criminology.
500
What factors contribute to sexual assault on campus?
Factors such as peer pressure, alcohol consumption, drug consumption, on campus living.
500
What is the frat boy mentality?
A mindset that consists of victimizing others for personal pleasure or gain, that affects impressionable young males because it is encouraged and absorbed by those introduced to it.






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