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STUDENT A’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student B)

1)

Have you ever been a victim of crime?

2)

Are you afraid of becoming a victim of crime?

3)

Is crime a problem where you live?

4)

Does your government talk a lot about combating crime?

5)

Do you worry about Internet crime?

6)

Is anyone capable of turning to crime?

7)

Who are the world’s biggest war criminals?

8)

Have you ever thought of fighting crime by becoming a police officer?

9)

Do you think the punishment always fits the crime?

10)

Do you have any crime prevention tips?


 
 

STUDENT B’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student A)

1)

Have you ever committed a petty crime?

2)

Have you ever witnessed a serious crime?

3)

How can governments reduce crime?

4)

Is violent crime a big problem in your country?

5)

Do you think crime pays?

6)

Is juvenile crime on the increase in your country?

7)

Is organized crime a big problem in your country?

8)

What is hate crime?

9)

When can you say, “It’s a crime to do nothing”?

10)

Have you ever reported a crime?


 


 
 
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