– (100% Good rated)   Briefly explain Lombroso’s theory of criminality. /Law :

What characteristics distinguish the Positive School from the Classical School of criminology? Which of these schools do you lean toward in your own perspectives of crime (and why)?
2.  Briefly explain Lombroso’s theory of criminality. Which aspects of this theory do you find more valid? Which aspects of this theory do you find least valid? Explain.
3.  Describe the hormones and neurotransmitters that are known to be associated/linked with criminal activity/offending. Is studying crime from this perspective relevant today?
4.  What are the ethical concerns that you see with conducting family, twin, and adoption studies in the real world? Should this type of research still be pursued (why or why not)?
5.  Given the information from chapters 5 and 6, what types of policies would you implement if you were a policymaker who agreed with the biological/biosocial perspective on criminal behavior. Do you think there would be public support for these policies today?
6.  Locate an academic journal article (published within the past 10 years) that used a biological/biosocial approach to studying crime/criminal behavior. List the title of the article, name of the authors, and name of the journal here. Briefly explain the findings/main takeaways from the article.