ACT Reading 2.5 Social Science Passage
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ACT Reading 2.5 Social Science Passage. According to the passage, why does Ferri believe the correctional school of criminal law is relatively ineffective?
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Social Science Passage
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schools; he's not afraid to point out the areas in which they get it right.
Choice (C) is incorrect.
Answer (A) is wrong for the same reason as (C). Ferri just wouldn't say anything quite
He would certainly admit that punishment and rehabilitation had to have worked for at least
one person in the history of the world, so answer (A) is off the list.
He never mentions anything about correctional facilities, and definitely doesn't comment
on how full they are. (D) is wrong. The only option Ferri specifically mentions
with regard to the correction school is (B), which recognizes Ferri's sociological obsessions.
OK, we're pretty sure he wasn't that obsessed...