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Moral Panic After viewing the video, Gender & Crime, please address each of the following questions: a. Is crime normal in a society? b. What is the purpose of crime and punishment? c. How much crime is “enough,” and how would this be measured? d. How is crime defined? e. What problems are defined as worthy of social control? f. What is the influence of the media? Is crime normal in a society? Crime is not okay but you must accept a certain amount of crime. It is normal. In some ways crime can be functional for social order. What is the purpose of crime and punishment? Punishments are to show people what happens if they break the law. Crime and punishment can reaffirm and clarify social problems. Crime and punishment can clarify social boundaries. Crime can also bring people together and strengthen cohesion. It can bring about moral anger. An exampl...
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