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    option with deliberating his choice. When he deliberates, he is considering moral implications of his actions. Although the Rational theory is not connected to the social control theory, it is…

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    different theories and philosophies on why people do what they do, but the most reasonable, and valid of them are the Social Learning Theory, Biological Factors, and the Social Conflict Theory; whereas Strains Theory, and The Social control theory, are not as relative to modern day criminals. These are the most realistic of all of the theories, because with even one of these thing you are more likely to commit at crime, let alone if you get a combination of them. The Social Learning Theory…

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    5.2 Locus of Control A key aspect of the Personality Theory is locus of control (LOC) introduced by Julian Rotter in the 1950s he defines Locus of Control as a person’s awareness about the core causes of their life events and therefore believes that (LOC) is a acceptance about the outcomes of an individual’s actions which are dependent on what they do (internal control orientation) or consequently on measures which are not in their control (external control orientation) however, entrepreneurial…

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    Seven, we explored one particular direction, the theories that looked at the structure of American society and noted that a capitalist society caused strain for many individuals. In addition, cultural/subcultural theories were examined. In this chapter, while continuing to focus, at least for the most part, on theories that have received considerable attention and empirical support, we take a look at social learning theories and social control theories. According to Ronald Akers, himself one of…

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    LOCUS OF CONTROL The locus of control is the framework of social learning theory that explains how people take responsibility for their actions and how they believed to be the master of their own fate (Mearns, 2016). Furthermore, the concept of locus of control splits people into internal and external personality attributes. Zimbardo (1985) accounted that it is a belief about whether the outcomes of actions are contingent on the events outside (external) or under their personal control…

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    Two theories that take place together during a part of the movie is the feminist criminology theory and power control theory. The definition states that “Feminist criminology is primarily concerned with the victimization of women, such as female delinquency, prostitution and gender inequality in the law and the criminal justice system are also receiving attention”(Dr. Julian Herminda). This article concludes that “The power-control theory posits that gender differences in delinquency can be…

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    Strain Theory Of Crime

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    In Chapter 10, course of life explains the different patterns over a lifetime. This theory is higher in strain and is higher in factors. The learning theory shows crime and is lower in some situations, but with social and biological changes they have shown different outcomes. Sexual activity is very high in adolescents. Adults and adolescents have privileges when they start getting into relationships some are more restricted than others. The ones that have restrictions are the adolescents. They…

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    therapy (CT) that has been chosen as the controllable parameter by the feedback action module with the reason why it has been chosen. Section 5.3 presents the background theories of control algorithms that can be used for the feedback action controller. Section 5.4 discusses how to combine human activity recognition (HAR) and this control algorithm for the situation specific feedback action, and proposes the novel artificial intelligent (AI) algorithm for the WAB framework. Finally, Section 5.5…

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    reviews a stabilization of underactuated X4-AUV using nonlinear control and optimization technique. Firstly, an overview of underwater vehicles and it categorize are explained. Then, details explanation of AUVs and the problems in controlling AUV systems which fall into the underactuated system with nonholonomic constraints are presented. Backstepping is one of nonlinear control methods and previous research work used backstepping control given in this chapter subsection. Lastly, a particle…

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    In Wright et al.’s (1996) experiments, three studies were conducted to test theory perseverance and the group discussion effect. Study 1 involved 274 college undergraduates who were randomly assigned to two conditions (positive or negative) with four levels (immediate, delayed, transcript, or group discussion judgment). The participants…

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