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    whether we are conscious of it or not." Choice theory, the new theory of how our brain functions that supports reality therapy, directly challenges this belief. I contend that when we are unable to figure out how to satisfy one or more of the five basic needs built into our genetic structure that are the source of all human motivation, we sometimes choose to behave in ways that are currently labeled mental illness. These needs, explained in detail in Choice Theory, are: survival, love and belonging,

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    Rational Choice Theory

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    often use a management theory approach to reach their goals. The Rational Choice Theory is a decision-making theory that uses an analytical approach, suggesting that using systematically and logic approaches in decision-making, weighing the risk against the benefits, will help best in achieving a desired objective (Ogu, 2013). The Rational Choice Theory often criticized for being unethical and based on probabilities. The Rational Choice Theory also referred to as the Choice Theory and the Rational Action

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    William Glasser’s Choice Theory

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    about these needs as well as ways of more legitimately satisfying them. Choice theory places a great emphasis on helping children achieve their needs responsibly. Glasser states that when children’s needs are met, they find little cause to create trouble. The task of the teacher is to help them satisfy their needs legitimately and to help them learn to balance their needs. In the late 70’s, Glasser was introduced to control theory systems through the writings of William T. Powers. In consultation with

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    Rational Choice Theory

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    There are three main points that are reinforced in rational choice theory (Cornish and Clarke, 1986). First, it may work better or worse for different types of crime, yet it is thought that there are rational choices in every type of crime even impulsive and pathologic crimes. Second, the theory should be applied on a crime-specific basis. Hence, burglaries can’t be grouped together in among residential and commercial categories. Rather, they must be broken into smaller facets such as public

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    Rational choice theory, however states that the framework for understanding and often formally modeling social and economic behavior. It also, depends on the personal choice of all human being to be involved in weird behavior, based on the punishment of the act. The theory is dependent upon many factors that affect the person’s consciousness. Taking advantage of these theories, capital punishment should provide the most effective deterrent to murder. The rational choice theory relies on the idea

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    This paper explains how rational choice theory occurs in the television series “Orange is the New Black.” The series, based on Piper Kerman 's memoir Orange Is the New Black: My Year in a Women 's Prison written in 2010. The character that I will have more focus on in this paper is Piper Chapman. Piper receives a sentence of 15 months for a crime she committed ten years before she was sentenced. There are four examples of when Piper uses rational choice theory. One is when Piper first arrives in

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    History Classical Theory, now known as Rational Choice Theory or Choice theory was founded over two hundred years ago in the 18th century by two philosophers, Cesare Beccaria and Jeremy Bentham. Both used theories to correlate with criminal justice, to interpret reasoning for actions and a concept on the connection between carrying out illegal actions. Cesare Beccaria & Jeremy Bentham Founder Cesare Beccaria was not only a philosopher but a criminologist as well leading all his theories to be based of

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    why someone might commit a crime, you can come up with ways to prevent or control the crime. There are several different theories in criminology, in this paper I will be discussing Routine Activity Theory and Rational Choice theory. I will be comparing and contrasting as well between the two of these theories. Routine Activity Theory focuses on situations of crime. This theory was used by Cohen and Felson (1979) to explain the rising crime rates in the United States. Cohen and Felson explained that

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    Rational choice theory in Criminal Justice focuses on deterrence and how individuals are influenced by some type of factor that makes them engage in crime. This adds to conversation that criminologists started in the 1700’s because they were all about deterring criminals. They wanted the crime to fit the punishment which would deter other criminals from committing that same crime. Rational Choice Theory and Classical criminologists also believed that people committed crimes because they wanted to

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    into Rational Choice Theory. This theory, highly relied upon by many disciplines, is also used to calculate and determine crime and criminal behavior. Through definition, example and techniques utilized by criminologists, the reader will have a better understanding of the subject. By definition, criminology is the study of crime, criminal behavior and how it pertains to the law. Criminology is considered a scientific technique. Therefore, those who study and carry out its theories are considered

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