In Chapter 10 we meet Tea Cake Woods, the third man who is a major influence in Janie’s story. We discussed this character and the development of their relationship a….
Neurological and Genetic Disorders
1. Analyze if biological or environmental factors drive criminal behavior. Consider research on twins.
2. Describe social influences that may lead to individuals who engage in criminal behaviors.
3. Evaluate the ethical responsibilities of intervening to deter crimes involving genetic or neurochemical disorders.
4. Assess if individuals, who display predisposed criminal behavior, should be treated differently by the legal system.