Watch the film 'Girl Trouble' on Kanopy and answer the following questions separately. Answers should be based on the film and readings on Deterrence and Rational Choice Theories. Break your answers into paragraphs and clearly indicate which question you are answering (e.g. question 1, question 2). 1page single space, size 12 font, Times New Rome
Link to film: https://csustan.kanopy.com/video/girl-trouble-0
Question 1: What factors to Shangra, Stephanie, and Sheila each consider while contemplating deviant behavior?
Question 2: Are there influences beyond their free will that led to the deviant or criminal behavior? What were these influences?
Rationale theory has become a common and outstanding topic in economic, sociology, law and political science among other fields of study. It is premised on the ground that individuals depend on rational discussions to make rational choices based on individual’s interest. In comparison, deterrence theory stipulates that the fear of punishment can make an individual not break the law especially if the punishment outweighs reward. Combining these theories together, we get the general belief that in every action taken there is rationale behind each of them. In relation to the film ‘Girl Trouble’ on Kanopy the theory has predominantly been used and such provide a precise exemplification as illustrated below.