- Using critical thinking explain how crime analysis using GIS mapping technology may be applied to a crime of your choice e.g., serial serial rapist etc. In doing so, discuss at least one Crime-Mapping Strategy discussed in the literature and how you would use it.
- Is crime mapping an effective tool in combating crime? Why? Describe how crime mapping can be used to support tactical operations.
these styles manifest in all conversations, regardless of the addressee. Exposure to a varied and intellectual standard of vocabulary has been found to be beneficial for language development (Longo, McPherran Lombardi & Dearing, 1983). Research has also illustrated that parental education achievement is strongly associated with a child’s behaviour (Davis-Kean, 2005). This correlation between educational level and behaviour is interesting, as it highlights how parental education level can indirectly influence one’s intelligence. For example, if a child were to have behavioural problems, this could be disruptive to their education- they may be sent out or put in lower classes due to a lack of concentration. This hinders their ability to reach their full academic potential. Another way this correlation could be interpreted is based on the social learning theory framework (Bandura, 1978). Individuals with high SES will have a highly respected job, and is likely to have achieved a high level of academic attainment. It is also likely they will have gained these things through hard work and ‘impressive performance’ (Putranto, Nuraeni, Gustomo & Ghazali, 2018). Bandura (1978)suggests that individual’s behaviour stems from observational learning of their surrounding environment. Therefore, behaviour performed by children is often based on how their parents behave. Their parents are identified as their ‘role models’ and are then imitated accordingly. Specifically, therefore, if one’s parents were to have a strong work ethic, the child is more likely to act in a similar way. Consequently, this strong work ethic increases the likelihood the child will fulfil their full academic potential. As a result, they may perform better in exams, and in the long term become more intelligent. Another way parental characteristics can mediate the relationship between intelligence and SES, is through their parent/child relationship. Parents of lower SES may have less time to spend bonding with their children. This could be a consequence of the family-effect size (Booth & Key, 2009),or something as simple as having to work longer hours to make ends meet. This could lead to formation of an unstable internal working model based on an insecure relationship with the primary care-giver (Bowlby, 1969). Jensen (2009) suggested that stronger relationships can stabilize behaviour, and provide the guidance needed to build appropriate skills. This could explain why a major long-term consequence of maternal deprivation is reduced intelligence (Bowlby, 1969). Research has illustrated that SES is a strong predictor of both physical and psych>GET ANSWER