Social learning and gender differences in violent crimes
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The Uniform Crime Report statistics suggest that males commit more violent crime than females. The UCR is used to show trends in crime over time (Federal Bureau of Investigation, 2002). The gender difference in violent offenses is illustrated through Social Learning Theory. To understand violent criminal behavior we must examine perceptual thoughts, expectancies, competencies and values. (Bartol, 2002) This paper discusses social roles, the influence of intact or broken homes, and the type of aggression learned. These factors are important when we look at violent crime. Awaren…
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