The Stereotypes Of Crime

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When a problem occurs in daily life, humans are affected by social variables such as socioeconomic status (class differences), race, age, and gender differences which contribute to people being labeled as a criminal. In fact, they have a stereotype in their mind which can affect them by their society. It includes culture, education, living environment, and work. And then , they often think, action, and judge other people unsuitably which also don’t have any pieces of evidence to label someone as criminal. So that, to base on the social variable to contribute to someone being labeled as criminally is not persuasive. For example, the children call the police and tell them their parents have a quarrel. And then, they think one of their parents
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