Some think that most crime is the result of circumstances such as poverty and other social problems. Others believe that most crime is caused by people who are bad by nature. Discuss both sides and give your opinion.
尾段：再次亮明观点 + (总结理由)
贫困和社会问题导致犯罪 = 外因引起犯罪：
Alarmingly, various stories concerning crimes have been pushing into spotlight. Conflicting ideas clash in finding out the root causes of misdeeds. My stand is that external reasons have a bigger influence on those misconducts. Nobody is born to be a criminal.
My arguments could be easily explored. One contributing factor triggering manifold malefactions could be owed to the external circumstances in which the one is raised. To put in details, in some poverty-stricken or violent families, children are usually not properly taken care of and they stand few chances of receiving fine education, it is likely that such children may easily be led astray and even worse, they may conduct some anti-social offences. Still, pornographic or otherwise vulgar forms of media, have a really adverse impact on the young because the young can, in most cases, find it rather difficult to make positive choices about the types of influences in their lives, thus，it is possible for them to turn to a life of crime. Last, many perilous products that could be harnessed commit crimes are very easily and cheaply available to the youths. In fact, guns are sold in a number of stores in some countries. This fact alone makes it very easy for some people to embark on the criminal road.
Granted, some people might remain suspicious of my stand and believe that those perpetrators are born to be evil. Some people argue that habitual malefaction is the main root cause of high crime rate. As for those felons such as gangsters boss or professional blackguards, to break the law is to take revenge on the society which they think unfair. Besides, some people contend that such is human nature to be greedy, selfish and jealous, which accounts for many types of crimes. It is also found that some women commit economic crimes simply because they are more vain and avaricious than others.
In a nutshell, I re-affirm my stand that different crimes could be combination of various elements, however, in comparison with evil nature, external factors actually play a profound influence in leading some immature or inexperienced people to go astray.
Understanding the root causes of criminal behaviors can help crime prevention, but unfortunately the discussion about the reasons of crimes has never reached a consensus. Personally, I think no single factor can explain all types of crimes and there are multiple causes of every individual crime.
People who claim that circumstance is a major reason believe that the environment people live in exerts a powerful impact on them and the economic backgrounds greatly influence their behaviors. It is true that people worse off are less likely to have access to high quality education and therefore they are more likely to stay unemployed, which would worsen their situations. once people lose the source of income to support themselves, they tend to resort to illegal means like stealing from others or robbing a bank. In US, for example, it is a fact that in economically backward communities, the crime rate is much higher than that of those affluent neighborhoods. Other social problems also lead to peoples unlawful behaviors as many social study experts point out. Unfair distribution system in some countries and widening gap between different social classes, for instance, cause grievance and resentment among the general public and contribute to various anti-social behaviors.
Others, however, think crimes are unavoidable due to vicious human nature that is hard to eradicate. These people always find evidence from the criminals early childhood education and believe that gene plays a decisive role in an individuals personality development. For example, a child who was born aggressive and raised by a single, drug-addicted mother is more likely to be a juvenile delinquent when he is young and commit crimes later in his life than his peers who were brought up in normal families. It is also not uncommon to hear that corruptive officials confessed their guilt behind bars admitting that it is greed and vanity that lead to their tragic ending.
In conclusion, the causes of crimes are complex and it is difficulty to say which one is a more decisive factor. But one thing is certain--environment and nature often interact and work together in the process of an individual’s development, therefore both have a greatly influence on an individual’s criminal behavior.
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