The Social Dimensions of Crime. Class and Crime Age and Crime Gender and Crime. Class and Crime. Until the 1960s , the main way of measuring delinquency – arrest data Based on those, low-class juveniles are more likely to be arrested or come in contact with the police
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The Social Dimensions of Crime
Class and Crime
Age and Crime
Gender and Crime
Women are particularly at risk for intimate killings, sex-related homicides, and murder by arson or poison.Women are more likely to commit murder as a result of an argument
Violent crimes included are homicide, rape, robbery, and both simple and aggravated assault.