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Transcript of Charles Manson
November 1968: the Beatles released the White Album containing the song "Helter Skelter" importance of financial success is what drives people without legitimate means to achieve these goals by committing crimes strain can result from the difference between the person's expectations and his or her achievements can also result from a situation where positive valued stimulus are removed from an individuals life also negative stimulus may lead to aggression or delinquency in individuals when strain is greater in size or magnitude, the effect is stronger on the individual Cognitive, behavioral, and emotional coping strategies are used by individuals to deal with the stress strain places on them Personality traits may determine which individuals react to strain with delinquency. essentially a reformulation of differential association theory that is more docile to empirical verification assume that a person's likelihood of engaging in crime increases as they differentially associates with those who commit crime and have favorable attitudes toward committing crime individuals are likely to commit acts of crime if the actual likelihood of their being rewarded is greater tan the likelihood of being punished Works Cited Atchison, Andrew J., and Kathleen M. Heide. "Charles Manson and the Family The Application of Sociological Theories to Multiple Murder." International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 55.5 (2011): 771-98. Sage Publications. Web. 20 Nov. 2012.
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