Criminal offenses have social underpinnings. One who commits a particular crime may know that his act is against the law, but several social factors may have led him to push through. Given that criminal acts happen in almost every setting where humans thrive, it is essential to examine the subject matter more closely for one to understand it better. Understanding crime paves way for its prevention in the form of socially held mechanisms such as upbringing and law enforcement, on one hand, and self-help procedures, on the other.
Given the aforementioned concern, ...