1.Describe and the biological and psychological factors that contribute to crime and deviance within our society today.
crime is not an occurrence of social factors or benefits outweighing the punishments, but distinct biological factors that lead to criminal behavior by individuals. Much of an individual’s criminal behavior is due to some physical alteration of the body, particularly with the functions of the brain.
Physical and genetic factors constitute the ability of an individual to engage in criminal behavior. Alterations to the body prevent the development of human bonds to society and prevent social development and normal behavior. Unlike the Classical perspective, the Biological perspective uses traditional scientific research techniques to form