1) Chapter Eight describes peacemaking criminology and its aims to end human suffering as a way of stopping crime. It’s an idealistic theory, but can it work? If you were the victim of a crime, would you be more interested in revenge or in peacemaking?
2) Chapter Nine discusses lifestyle theories and suggests that an individual’s everyday activities contribute significantly to the likelihood of his or her criminal victimization. What are some potentially high-risk activities that you can identify?