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Department
Criminology
Course
CRIM 101
Professor
Jay H
Semester
Spring

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Chapter 9WHATISLEISUREFree time when not consumed with work or responsibilitiesPlaces we relaxSubjective and objective to elementsUnequally distributed by agesAka lifestylePrecursorsHow do specific types of leisure activities motivate or free the offender to offendHow do leisure activities and setting facilitate encounters between offenders and victimsPersonal victimization occur disproportionately in leisure seetingsTHE CORRUPTING INFLUENCES OF LEISURETV and moviesVideo gamesMusic Comic booksADOLESCENT LEISUREPursued out of sight of guardianshipOccurs in the presence of peersMay be associated with higher levels of delinquency PERMISSIVE ENVIRONMENTSSocial settingbars parties concerts parksFewer constraints that exist in other settings such as work or schoolRISKY LIFESTYLEA regular pattern of activities that exposes people to higher levels of risk victimization night clubs barsGot hurt because of who they hang out with at these placesTransactions
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