(a) define and describe the crime issues and problems, criminal activities, and behavior that exist in society
(b) provide factual data on a variety of crimes
(c) adopt the roles of theoretician and researcher
(d) all of the above

Criminology MCQs

(a) There can be no evolution in law without crime’s occurring in society.
(b) Crime actually helps to ensure the instability of the society
(c) To explain crime, it is necessary to look at the nature of society itself.
(d) Crime proceeds from the very nature of humanity and is normal.

Criminology MCQs

(a) reject the notion that laws serve to benefit and protect everyone in society
(b) consider competition to be the basic form of social interaction
(c) focus on issues such as who makes rules and laws
(d) view society as consisting of a set of interdependent and related units

Criminology MCQs