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The crime rate vs. incarceration rate

The crime rate vs. incarceration rate

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  • 1. The Rate of Incarcerated
    Adults
    By:
    LaShauna Marie Crayton
    Social Work 300-02
    2009 Fall Semester
    Lab#4
  • 2. Variables and Values
  • 3. Hypothesis and Rationale Bivariate
    The higher the crime rates are in a country affects the incarceration rate. Therefore countries with high crime rate are likely in the top percent of the countries with high incarceration rate.
    High Incarceration Rate
    High Crime
    Rate
  • 4. Hypothesis and Rationale Multivariate
    The higher the crime rates are in a country affects the incarceration rates. This includes both male and female.
  • 5. Findings: Bivariate Table
    Nations Incarceration Rate by Crime Rate
  • 6. Findings: Multivariate Table
    Incarceration Rate By Crime Rate
    By Sex
    Males
    Females
  • 7. Bivariate Graph and Discussion
    The relationship between the nation’s incarceration rate.
    The higher the crime rate is the higher the incarceration rate increases in each country.
    The United States has the highest incarceration rate because of the crime rate in the country.
  • 8. Multivariate Graph and Discussion
    The United States male and female has the highest incarceration rate throughout the world. In other words, their crime rate is also high.
    The higher the crime rate affects a country incarceration rate including both male and female

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