Rational Choice Perspective Analysis

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The rational choice perspective has a six core concepts and for decision making models: criminal behavior is purposive, criminal behavior is rational, criminal decision-making is crime-specific, criminal choices fall into two board groups: ’involvement’ and ‘event’ decisions, there are separate stages of involvement, criminal events unfold in a sequence of stages and decisions (Cornish and Clark). Criminal behavior is purposive when a person decided to commit an offense just to satisfy their needs and wants. Criminal behavior is rational when an individual commit an offense because of the benefits they might get despite how risky is their action just to achieve that goal. Criminal decision making is crime specific, it’s because each individual
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