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Techniques use in interview and interrogation?is there anyone who can explain me the answer of this question?
The only question which confused me in criminology.
This question also puzzled me. But then I remembered Jim Clemente's Psychology of Serial Killers. He is a CIA agent/expert and works closely with the investigation officers on severe crime cases. He explained in one of his own interview on Murder and Mayhem Tv show, about to hit the psychology of the criminals through different psychological tricks and questions.

Thats what I majorly tried to explain in paper.

I wish I had prepared more on techniques though.

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Mcq's taken from the source http://global.oup.com/us/companion.w...ultiplechoice/

Deviance refers to

a. A trait
b. A behavior or action
c. Something that is always a crime
d. Both A and B

In regard to the function of deviance and society, what does Durkheim argue will happen if we eliminate all serious crime?

a. We will eliminate the need for a criminal justice system
b. People will continue to disagree about what is deviant
c. We will live in a utopia that is completely free from all deviance
d. Society will criminalize less serious action

The classical school of criminology is based on the concept of

a. Free will
b. Opportunity
c. Biology
d. Lack of choice


According to Freud, which unconscious mental process is the moral compass?

a. The id
b. The ego
c. The superego
d. The moral self

When a person is labeled deviant and then commits a second crime because of this label, the series of behaviors is termed

a. the dramatization of evil
b. primary deviance
c. secondary deviance
d. evilization


Secondary deviance is the first act of deviance according to Edwin Lemert’s labeling theory.

a. True
b. False

Feminist criminology argues that traditional criminology ignores gender differences in criminal activity.

a. True
b. False

Marxist criminology argues that individuals with political power and wealth create laws to control the lower classes.

a. True
b. False

Persons with antisocial personality disorder usually isolate themselves from others.

a. True
b. False

Modern biological researchers believe there is a single gene that causes criminality.

a. True
b. False

Cesare Lombroso deveoped the theory of atavism.

a. True
b. False

Psychology is focused on external influence of deviance.

a. True
b. False

Those social norms that society feels most strongly about are usually codified into law.

a. True
b. False

Difference between white colar and blue colar crime
a Economic b Social c Surrounding

Youth more involved in crime

a. True
b. False

Criminal rate in hot region is higher than cold region

a. True
b. False

cohewn states gang affiliation or criminal activity may result in association

a. True
b. False

Cyber crime is moral crime and Punishable

a. True
b. False

Reformative is better than retributive

a. True
b. False
Cesare Lombroso Developed the theory of atavism. The word here is atavism Or activism? He developed Positivist approach. Atavism is also in his work but wasn't the word Activism in paper? I read it many times just to confirm it ... i believe they wrote activism on purpose ... if so, then the answer is False.

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you are right it was activism I reconfirm it. Kindly mention Important books for criminology preperation
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ursla And Khanam kindly mention books from you prepared the criminology
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you are right it was activism I reconfirm it. Kindly mention Important books for criminology preperation
I will be very honest here. I had just one average book with me by some publisher. A complete copy paste of online lectures. And You know what I did.

I didn't bother buy foreign writers or more sophisticated local ones. I went directly to youtube. Watched and listened to the criminal cases proceedings and interviews. And studied criminology online at study.com.

There you go. My advise is to watch and learn from real crime investigators who appear on shows. I found plenty of great stuff on net. So great, That I regret why didn't they ask any smart question so I could enlighten them aboht the researches done on various criminology subjects. Learning about serial killers was my favorite part. sadly, not a part of the syllabus. Lol.

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interesting post and definitely interesting subject
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Techniques use in interview and interrogation?is there anyone who can explain me the answer of this question?
The only question which confused me in criminology.
interview is the conversation for special purpose conducted from witness,complainants, and victims


interrogation is conducted from subjects and suspects



techniques of interview

1) privacy
2) interviewer must not be egotistical
3)one should not take notes in front of interviewee
4) humility and respect
5)planning and purpose of interview
6) conduct of interview as soon as possible after incident
7)interviewer should introduce itself properly
8) be a good listner

pretext interviews

in pretext interview official conceal their identity on purpose



techniques in interrogation

1)never loose temper
2) do not wear side arm
3) endeavour to establish good rapport with subject
4) more observation than questioning
5) no expression of surprise,joy and hatred
6) do not use bluffs
7) tape recorded interrogation where possible

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interview is the conversation for special purpose conducted from witness,complainants, and victims


interrogation is conducted from subjects and suspects



techniques of interview

1) privacy
2) interviewer must not be egotistical
3)one should not take notes in front of interviewee
4) humility and respect
5)planning and purpose of interview
6) conduct of interview as soon as possible after incident
7)interviewer should introduce itself properly
8) be a good listner

pretext interviews

in pretext interview official conceal their identity on purpose



techniques in interrogation

1)never loose temper
2) do not wear side arm
3) endeavour to establish good rapport with subject
4) more observation than questioning
5) no expression of surprise,joy and hatred
6) do not use bluffs
7) tape recorded interrogation where possible

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interview is the conversation for special purpose conducted from witness,complainants, and victims


interrogation is conducted from subjects and suspects



techniques of interview

1) privacy
2) interviewer must not be egotistical
3)one should not take notes in front of interviewee
4) humility and respect
5)planning and purpose of interview
6) conduct of interview as soon as possible after incident
7)interviewer should introduce itself properly
8) be a good listner
Hum very comprehensive and to the point answer,
But I have doubt in the word "technique",like how privacy could be a technique,but any how we hope that examiner will understand it.
the only question in my whole exam which is based on my chawwalyaan.
Was this question a part of syllabus, if true, then definitely I had ignored this.
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Hum very comprehensive and to the point answer,
But I have doubt in the word "technique",like how privacy could be a technique,but any how we hope that examiner will understand it.
the only question in my whole exam which is based on my chawwalyaan.
Was this question a part of syllabus, if true, then definitely I had ignored this.
dear madam

these ‘techniues' are not my creation.


search on Google
criminal interrogation techniques by Fred E. Inbau( Reid technique)




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