Comparative International and Global Justice Perspectives from Criminology and Criminal Justice 1st Edition By James Baker – Test Bank
- Which of the following is NOT one of Van Swaaningen’s reasons for the emergence of global criminology?
- The need to look beyond Western models in order to understand worldwide changes
- The challenges to the sovereignty of the nation state brought about by globalization
*c. The increasing influence of Western ideals on international agencies
- The emergence of criminological challenges with a global scope and effect necessitating a shift from traditional levels of analysis
- In which type of criminology is it necessary to understand the “linkages between places”?
- Which type of criminology addresses the form and character of criminal justice systems in predominantly Western countries?
- Why is it important to study global justice issues?
- To extend a person’s knowledge beyond their own group
- To suggest how one’s own society can be improved based on commonalities and divergences
- To challenge assumptions and the status quo
- A and C
*e. All of the above
- Globalization is a(n):
- Theoretical construct
- The core of globalization lies in the field of:
*a. Economics/International Finance
- Environment/Climate Change
- The study of criminology has been described as:
*d. All of the above
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