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Department
Criminology
Course
CRIM 101
Professor
Jay H
Semester
Spring

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Chapter 7 FINANCIALCONSEQUENCESMost obviousCan be direct or indirectDirect value of property stolen ex Car bike jewellery ringsCan be seen directlyIndirect loss of work fear psychological damage anything that prevent from carrying on normal life PHYSICALCONSEQUENCESinjury as a result of violent crimeimmediate and long term worsening medical conditionsloss of mobility which contributes to poor physical health and nutrition FearofcrimeConsequence of crime Become afraid of crime and the possibility of being victimized Elderly most likely to have fear of crimeEMOTIONALCONSEQUENCESVary from mild to extremeMay include shock mistrust anger stress sleeplessness depression and or a diminishing capacity to enjoy life events VULNERABILITY CONVERSIONMC QUESTIONVictims especially of violence may develop a sudden understanding that they are more susceptible to dangers than they thought Realize that they can be victimized32 feel angry after crime26 feel not much
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