Sociological Theories Response

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Sociological Theories Response

By: Angie A. Smith


November 19, 2010

University of Phoenix

The “Fight Crime” program coincides with the social structure theory as it uses a

numerous of approaches that prevents juvenile crime. This program consists of 3,000

police chiefs, sheriffs, prosecutors and other law enforcement agents as well as victims

that is educating society on how to deal with and prevent any criminal activities. Fight

Crimes offer many school programs to young children and adolescents. This provides

professional counseling assistance to children who have been either neglected or abused

physically and psychologically. They offer extended services for those children, who

have been serious crisis such as the ones who have lost loved ones or to have any other

tragic occurrence like in the Oklahoma City bombing (Fight Crime, 2005).

The North Carolina’s “Kids Care” program is a lot like the social process theory

at its best. In the North Carolina’s state Legislation has developed a strategy that will

make improvements in health care, juvenile justice, public education and in the degree of

security in the economy. The state has agreed to give a 100% funding to healthcare for

the children, whose family falls within 300% of the federal poverty levels. In addition,

corporal punishment will be abolished and the financial concepts will be taught in

elementary and middle schools. Funding will be provided to many programs like

juvenile delinquency and for adult conviction for the age of 18. The economic benefits

are to expand child subsidy, reduce child subsidy waiting list, helping unemployed

parents and helping low income parents to get an increased in the state and federal tax

refunds. (Actions for Children, 2009).

In Utah, they have developed a nonprofit program called “New life”. This

program uses intermediate sanctions over incarceration and...
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