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Crime

November 18, 2014

Everyone wants to feel safe, whether at home, at work, or in the community. Unfortunately, however, this is not always possible. For various reasons, crime occurs and it often leaves a trail of broken victims. I, myself, have been victimized several times, including physical assaults, private property theft, and fraudulent investments. Each time I experienced physical, financial, and psychological trauma that – while being relatively less serious – took time to overcome. As such, I can empathize with anyone who has also been victimized. In an ideal world, everyone would be free to live their lives as they wished while not harming others or being harmed themselves. However, the world is not ideal, so it is necessary for citizens to remain vigilant of violence, the government to enact countermeasures to reduce crime and minimize the negative social and economic effects, the police to actively enforce the laws, and the courts to punish criminals appropriately. Together we can work towards a safer future.

Students: Write a paragraph on one of the following. (Note: If you would like to write more than one, please do. Practice makes perfect!)

1. Is crime a serious problem in your community? Explain.

2. What is one of the root causes of crime?

3. How can crime effect someone psychologically?

4. Does media normalize violence?

5. Describe a time when you felt unsafe? What was the situation? What ended up happening?

6. Describe a time when you (or someone you know) were the victim of a crime?

7. What countermeasures can the government enact to prevent crime?

8. Is domestic violence taken seriously in Korea?

9. Are punishments for sexual crimes too lenient?

10. Are the courts too soft on white collar crime?

11. If you were the judge in the Nayoung case, what punishment would you have given to Cho Doo Soon?

12. Your idea

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  1. Galaxy permalink
    November 20, 2014 9:46 pm

    11. If you were the judge in the Nayoung case, what punishment would you have given to Cho Doo Soon?

    If I was the judge in this case, I’ll punish Cho Doo Soon using the same way and with death. I think people who commit a serious crime like murder and sexual violence must experience same thing and put them to death. Those crimes are inhumane and, especially, sexual crime about children cannot forgive anybody. By this case, many people got angry. The important thing is the kid, Nayoung, experienced the worst accident and lost many things including her health. However, the court sentenced him to only 12 years in prison because the court said he is old and drinking a lot at that time, so they cannot give lots of period to him. Even Cho Doo Soon told it is too much. When I heard that news, I did not understand these things and want to decide stricter than now. In conclusion, some people argue the criminal also have a right to live, but I think that although they have a right, serious crime criminal must put with death for people who experience these terrible crimes.

    • proftodd permalink*
      November 20, 2014 11:43 pm

      I agree the crime was incredibly heinous and he deserved a far more serious punishment. The child, Nayoung, will have terrible scars, both physical and mental, that may never heal. While my emotional side tells me society should punish him by death, my rational side says we should not. If we choose capital punishment, we become killers like him. Instead, he should be permanently separated from society, rotting away in a cold dark prison cell with no comfort but a concrete floor. There he can reflect on the horror he has committed until he whithers and dies.

    • vannesa permalink
      November 21, 2014 2:54 pm

      I agree with your opinion about punish hard than the past judgement. Past judgement is so week that can make another victims from criminal Cho. I’ve saw the english drama ‘black mirror’ In that drama criminal punished by public in the same situation when the crime occured. How about doing same thing what he did. Using equal equipment when he try to rape na young who is having big scar in her heart and physically.

    • Jack permalink
      November 21, 2014 8:29 pm

      When I saw a news about the crime, I couldn’t endure my anger. I believed that the old saying “an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth” is the best answer to punish such a devil. But, I realized two wrongs don’t make one right. We need to find out a solution to prevent those crimes. That is, we must find out why the crime happened, and how to protect our children from the sexual crimes.

    • JJang permalink
      November 22, 2014 12:57 pm

      I agree with your idea. When I heard the news about the crime, I couldn’t stop thinking how she felt. Society has to show to people that Crime won’t happen anymore by stricter punishment than the girl has felt herself.

    • Jennifer permalink
      November 22, 2014 7:09 pm

      I 100% agree with your opinion. It is suitable for Cho Do Soon to punish the death penalty. And I think it is not enough for him to punish just death. He also feels the terrible pain that the life is destroyed. Through that same punishment, he must realize his blunder 100% and regret bitterly what he is doing.

  2. kk7799 permalink
    November 21, 2014 11:58 am

    6. Describe a time when you (or someone you know) were the victim of a crime?

    When I high school student, I had something terrible happen. In those day, our family live in the villa which constructed fifth floor. Around the villa, there was not enough safety facilities even sometimes crime used to happen. One day, I get out of my home, in order to went to library. In my home there was no one because each had something busy work. How much time had passed? Mother’s phone call very urgently, she said that a robber got into my house. I ran to home as soon as possible then I saw the sight with dismay. Dust and sand littered the every floor of my house and all the drawers opend as if robber was looking for something valuable. Even the footprint of the robber was clearly printed in the sand. Several thing was disappeared but I really feeling bad because my family’s precious home dredged up. Before long, our family moved to another house.

    • vannesa permalink
      November 21, 2014 2:59 pm

      Don’t police caught the robber? It is pitty that if the police didn’t catch robber. I didn’t have any experience about robbery. If I suffered any robbery it would be seriously mad. I suffered some robbery. It was my high school years that robbery occured. Every year my notebook robbered by someone in our school. I was too mad about it because I always write very important thing in my notebook. I couldn’t understand why students do that. They didn’t try to study themselves.

    • Jack permalink
      November 21, 2014 8:14 pm

      Terrible story. I have never experienced any robbery for my life, but I think the accident occured a lot around us. For example, for a month ago, I saw one news that a man was sentenced to about two years imprisonment because he hit a theif who trespassed his house with clothhorses. This is a very controvicial issue.

    • Galaxy permalink
      November 22, 2014 12:15 am

      I am sorry to hear that. To catch a robber is difficult because they almost don’t leave a clue that is clear. If you called a police, it is difficult to find the robber practically.You told above, safety near house is not good. It is nice action to move your house.

  3. Sam permalink
    November 21, 2014 5:04 pm

    2. What is one of the root causes of crime?

    In our society, there are numerous kinds of crime which makes a society ill. However, among these many crime, I’m going to talk about ‘Hate Crime’ that is criminal act such as murder targeting a random people and so on. It doesn’t have correlation between suspect and victim and any reason in doing commit a brute crime.
    I think the root cause of this crime is low ‘self-esteem’ of criminal in their life. According to several survey, the criminal felt a sense of alienation or disregarded from society. So they made a frantic last-ditch effort through the wrong way like killing innocent passers. Therefore, certainly this hate crime related rather than specific individual more of society. In Competitive society, we always have possible to be suspect or victim. I mean, we have to think this crime not just criminal’s act but also society responsibility and solve at nation level.

    • proftodd permalink*
      November 21, 2014 6:18 pm

      Hi Sam. More specifically, in a hate crime, the perpetrator targets a random person who belongs to a specific group. For example, a white man may hate black people and thus, target any random black person. Often the victims of a hate crime are perceived members of a minority or disadvantaged group, but not necessarily.

    • jiwon permalink
      November 22, 2014 9:49 pm

      It is exactly right that we should not overlook the responsibility of our society on various crimes.However, we should also be careful not to shift all the responsibilitis on our society. It would be quite difficult, but we always have to try to solve the criminal problmes with flexible views.

    • AliceC permalink
      November 23, 2014 10:11 pm

      I partly agree with you. It seems to me that some of the hate crime occurs because of the rumor or prejudice which some people have. They just hear of rumors of other group, and start to hate them, and even hurt them.
      I believe it would be nicer if there is about other crimes.

  4. Vannesa permalink
    November 21, 2014 8:57 pm

    9. Are punishments for sexual crimes too lenient?

    How would you feel that if one of your family members was raped by someone but punished lightly? I would appeal to court again and again to punish criminal more in the cage. However, Korea court is so lenient for sexual criminals that repetition number of sexual crime high. One research said the repetition of the sexual crimes is over 50% and the reason of the repetition is that short punishment. Every year there are over 15000 sexual crime occurred. In 2011, sexual crime soon becomes over 19000. Comparing to another country, Korea has high percentage of sexual crimes. The reason of shortage punishment is that Korea law is too lenient for sexual criminals. Actually there are many reduction way to reduce the punishment. For example criminals can be reduced their punishment year by marriage, alcohol, mutual agreement, similar sexual crimes, teenagers eta. It is not unfair ways that reduce their crime to any reasons. And I feel seriously uncomforted of this reduction way because sexual crime can be not justified. Fortunately it is good news that government tried to make strongly for sexual crimes. But I think our law and courts are still week to prevent sexual crimes.

    • proftodd permalink*
      November 21, 2014 11:44 pm

      I wonder would the punishments be more strict if Korea had more female judges.

    • Galaxy permalink
      November 23, 2014 10:39 pm

      I agree with you. I think that our society needs more powerful law about sexual crime than now. I don’t understand why this law is weaker than other crime like murder. It can be serious problem in Korea. Many judges have to realize how people think about crime’s punishment..

  5. Jack permalink
    November 21, 2014 9:44 pm

    9. Are punishments for sexual crimes too lenient?

    In Korea, under the provincions of the sexual crime, the punishments are definitely heavy compared to other violent crimes. But, the most serious thing is that the punishments are more likely to be sentenced much more leniently on a real trial. It means that compared to other countries such as USA, Europe, and Singapore, the punishments of the sexual crimes are too lenient even though the sexual violentce law has very strict provisions. Actually, in Korea, there is no precedent which was sentenced up to 10 years in prison for the sexual violence. Then, why are the punishments too generous in Korea? There are two major reasons. First one is androcentrism. Males dominated Korea for a long time, and this trend still pervaded into our own lives. For this reason, a sexually assaulted woman are more likely to be considered a criminal in Korea because people usually consider such woman a gold-digger. Actually in Korea, the rate of reporting sexual violents is less than 10 percents these days, however in case of USA, it is about 54 percentes. The second reason is wrong sex education. Most korean people have not been received right, proper, and fair education of sexuality. This is because the schedule of sex education in public schools is normally too short compared to other educations. Moreover, a male-dominated mind is pervasive across the country. In conclusion, the punishments for sexual crimes can be realized effectively if the old-fashioned thoughts about the androcentrism are changed well.

  6. hyun permalink
    November 21, 2014 11:01 pm

    4. Does media normalize violence?

    I agree media normalize violence. Many people who make media want to get benefit. That’s why they normalize even beautify violence by putting meaningless crime and violence scenes. According to improvement of media people are exposed to media easily and influence of media to people’s daily life getting bigger. So people’s life gradually follow media life. It means the more violent media are produced, the more real violence and crime happen in society. Actually immature youth are more exposed to violent media and enhances violence. They are hard to distinguish what is right and wrong so they learn violence faster and they become adult. Though through education youth’s violence is getting weak the overall violence of society gradually increase. Through this procedure violence is normalized by media and people are dull to violence.

    • jiwon permalink
      November 22, 2014 10:08 pm

      I agree with you. A lot of TV programs and games usually include violent contents to get more attention from people. Youth is the one who is most easily exposed to violent media, so youth becomes violent more and more.

  7. Jennifer permalink
    November 21, 2014 11:09 pm

    If you were the judge in the Nayoung case, what punishment would you have given to Cho Doo Soon?

    : If I were the judge in the Nayoung case, I do give punishment to Cho Doo Soon; death penalty. Cho Doo Soon is not just normal sex offender, but also murderer. Because he smash little girl’s whole life through the crime. He do the worst crime which is not done by human, which means that crime is not just crime but impersonal crime like beast. Just only for this reason which the crime is inhuman thing; too knavish not to accept as only sex offense, I judge death penalty and I think this judgment is not enough to him.

    • jiwon permalink
      November 22, 2014 10:14 pm

      I also want Cho Doo Soon to get death penalty, because he really did so much terrible crime which can never be forgiven. I really don’t understand why the court sentenced him to only 12 years in prison and I feel angry about this fact.

    • rolrol permalink
      November 23, 2014 10:39 pm

      It was very irrationality judgment. I think he must be sentenced to life. I don’t know why laws in Korea were made like that. If I were a judge, I will not sentence only 12years to him.

  8. AliceC permalink
    November 21, 2014 11:37 pm

    4. Does media normalize violence?

    Yes, media normalize violence and there are three ways to normalize it. Firstly, medium describe violent scenes too realistic. Though violence do happens in somewhere in real life, they show those scenes without omitting and even severely. For those reasons, people are trained with serious level of violence which decreases seriousness of violence in daily life. So, if people see violence in real, they don’t think it seriously with or without conscious. Another way of normalization of violence is glamorization through movies or dramas. Some media, especially mob movies or dramas, describe violence as cool action. Protagonists of those films are usually handsome and they try to help someone by force. It made people to think they have good reason for using violence but all of those are non-sense. For example, is it right for Wonbin to kill everyone who involved with the kidnapping of Saeron in the movie “The Man from Nowhere”? Of course they are bad people, but if he kills them, he becomes not much different from them. Last one way of normalization of violence is the opposite effect of media. It’s usually happens in media like news which report numerous incidents related with violence. I’m pretty sure that many crimes are happening in Korea, but the media exaggerate those crimes. Considering the reporting hours of crimes constituting the whole news, it is much more than positive stories. Because of that, if a violent accident happens, people might think it is nothing special which is much more dangerous than real violence. I strongly suggest that people who create media would not use violence for the excitement of media itself at least thinking of children who grow up with seeing those

  9. hailey permalink
    November 21, 2014 11:52 pm

    10. Are the courts too soft on white collar crime?

    I think the courts are too soft on white collar crime. Even if white collar crime has bad impacts on society, sometimes beyond world, punishments on them are so soft and unjust. One of the main reason for these soft reactions of the courts is attributed to status and money of white collar in society. Considering areas that white collar are working they have already built a solid status related to power of country. So laws are so weakly applied to them. For example, when leheman Brothers and AIG which are huge financial companies in America filed for bankrupcy they got no punishment. Even if they screwed up by selling an absurd mortgage and brought about global fiancial crisis not they got punishment but subsidies from goverment. Worst of all, CEOs kept their whole money when citizens are suffering from their crime. Their crime has had tremendous effect on whole society. But the courts are too soft on them. Cause they are ‘too big to fail’, which means that their status and power in sociey are so solid that they got indulgence. It is so unfair and unjust. Therefore the courts should do justice to white collar crime and stand a justice by strenghtening regulations on them.

    • proftodd permalink*
      November 22, 2014 7:27 pm

      In most countries, including Korea, the economic system is based on “free market” capitalism. While this system has its benefits, one of the major flaws is the concentration of wealth at the top. History shows us that wealth concentrated in the hands of a small number of people generally leads to corruption because the wealthy can use their financial power to control the political and legal process. One thing they want is two justice systems. One for them and one for everyone else. I agree it is unjust and I predict it will only get worse.

    • November 23, 2014 10:37 pm

      I agree with you. Few days ago, there was a case of voice fishing related with former police officer. He contacted with criminals he had caught and made a huge group to deceit innocent people. I think its also because of the weak punishment and mere compunction to crime. For me, it seems that low standard of morality is much more serious problem.

  10. orzhov permalink
    November 22, 2014 12:44 am

    2. What is one of the root causes of crime?

    Do you know the fact that crime can be prevented by right home training? Nowadays there are many kind of crime. I think that one of the root causes of crime is from wrong home training. The lack of parent’s concern can cause children’s wrong behavior. They used to behave somthing which can attract parent’s interest. Finally, They have a lack of love. They go into somthing wrong that can attract people’s concern. Gradually, They are used to misbehave to get people’s attention. And It becomes crime. So It is very important for parent to give attention to their children to prevent a lack of love.

    • proftodd permalink*
      November 22, 2014 7:36 pm

      I agree that a positive, caring home environment with parents who act as good role models can have a great effect on children. When faced with a moral dilemma, kids who were raised well usually make better choices. Having said that, it is unfortunate that our economic system forces many parents to work long hard hours away from their children. It is also unfortunate that our economic system is so harsh on some people that they are “forced” by economic hardship to make poor choices.

    • hyun permalink
      November 24, 2014 1:23 am

      I agree that home environment effect child psychologically. But if root cause of crime is home training, child who is raised in severe home becomes violent. But there are many people who overcome severe childhood. For example Oprah Winfrey overcame her severe childhood and succeeded through education including reading book. In my opinion external environment influences people more than home environment.

  11. JJang permalink
    November 22, 2014 12:52 pm

    2. What is one of the root causes of crime?

    Crime is caused by several reasons. One of them is how assailants control themselves. Many assailants can’t control their mind. And this stiuation relates to crime. Controling itself is most rational solution that can prevent to occur crime. Controling can be learned by home trainung or from school. I think it is important that people learn how to control themselves when they are young.

    • jiwon permalink
      November 22, 2014 10:23 pm

      Learning how to control themselves is too abstract solution to prevent the potential crimes, because for most people, it is really difficult to control themselves. Thus, of course learning how to control themselves is somewhat important, but more powerful punishments than now can be much more effective solution which makes people try to control themselves hard.

  12. jiwon permalink
    November 22, 2014 5:46 pm

    9. Are punishments for sexual crimes too lenient?

    It is exactly right that punishments for sexual crimes are too lenient in Korea. Sexual crimes are the terrible things that can never be forgiven, because sex criminals destroy happy life of the victims and surrounding people and make a lot of citizens feel unsafe and stressful. As they destroy too many people’ life, sex criminals don’t have rights to live their life as they want anymore. Thus, sex criminals should be sentenced to at least 50 years. However, in Korea, punishments for these terrible sexual crimes are too light. For example, in the Nayoung case, Cho Doo Soon was sentenced to only 12 years. How could the court sentence him to only 12 years in prison? Actually, when I heard this decision, I couldn’t believe how the court could treat this case so much lightly. In addition, the court even reduce a sentence to sex criminals who committed the crimes drunkenly. The court overlooks them, because sex criminals committed the crimes ‘out of their mind’ by drinking. This makes really no sense, because actions always come with consequences. Sex criminals should also take responsibility for the result of their drinking and the court should sentence them to much more years. Clearly, punishments for sexual crimes in Korea should be more harsh to prevent more crimes and a recurrence of the prior crimes. I hope our country to be a more peaceful and fair place for the citizens.

    • proftodd permalink*
      November 22, 2014 7:57 pm

      As I mentioned above, I think Korea needs more female judges who will probably place more emphasis on the damaging effects of sexual crimes on victims. This will, more than likely, lead to harsher punishment. But harsher punishment is only a band-aid solution. Some kind of feminist awareness education – by mothers, sisters, teachers, etc. – is needed to raise empathy amongst the males who see women as inferior. (Note to readers: By using the grammar structure “the males who” I do not include all males, only the specific ones who treat women as inferiors.) Internal regulation of moral behavior is better than external coercive laws, IMO. (BTW, I focused on females because, by in large, they are the most likely victims and males are, by in large, the most likely perpetrators.

  13. Aiden permalink
    November 23, 2014 12:03 pm

    2. What is one of the root causes of crime?

    When I worked at police station for my military survice, I saw many victim who underwent serious experience. Above the all, I cannot forget about a girl who are raped by his school mate. I heared that suspect was released because there were no sufficient evidence, and I saw her cried in corridor with her parents. He destroyed her entire life. I think sexual crime is as bad as murder. However, Korea’s low law enforcement and wrong sex education lead to serious impact. First of all, most of people cannot forget Cho-du-sun who raped elementary student. However, his sentence was only 12 years. Though, little girl should bring her painful memory for entire life. In America, Suspect who offense child sex crime, He will be sentenced to life imprisonment in prison. Korea should punish criminal with highest level of punishment. Secondly, I think there is another important cause of sex crime. It’s not enough sex education. Korean are influenced by Confucianism which means most of Korean feel guilty about talking or having sexual intercourse with other. More over Korean used to hide “sex” in shadow. And it cause many people cannot have efficient sex education.
    An electronic anklet or chemical castration cannot solve this problem. We should think about what is wrong in our society and change the world by stricter laws in government, and teach effecient sex education to people in school or company.

  14. rolrol permalink
    November 23, 2014 10:34 pm

    9. Are punishments for sexual crimes too lenient?

    I think the punishments for sexual crimes is too lenient in Korea. These days there are too many sexual crimes in our society. But its punishiments are too weak to cause pain for criminal. In the case of other countries, people who commit a sexual crime are often sentenced to life in prison. But, in Korea, well known sexual crimer Jo, Doo-Soon was sentenced only 12y ears. Like this Korean punishment is too weak. It needs to raise degree of punishment to prevent sexual crime. If the punishments get stronger, the rate of sexual crime will be deminished. For women and children, sexual criminal laws in Korea have to be strengthen.

    • christine permalink
      November 24, 2014 10:50 am

      I agree with your opinion. I saw the news about the girl who was victimized of sexual crime by her father. It was very shocking news but the punishment her father got was even more shocking. I don’t remeber the exact number but I am sure that it was under 10 years. The girl might ruined her whole life because of that crime. The worse problem is that even though these kind of crimes are increasing, the law doesn’t seem to be changed. Punishment in sexual crime has to be strengthen.

      • November 24, 2014 7:11 pm

        I also agree with your opinion, in our country, punishment for sexual crimes are too lenient. If a woman who victimized of sexual crime by someone. She will gets serious bodily or mental harm, also can’t easily get married. If the harm is very severe, it would clearly predispose the woman to the risk of suicide. However, the punishment for the criminal is too weak. Therefore, if we want to reduce the rates of crimes, punishment should be strengthen.

  15. christine permalink
    November 24, 2014 10:34 am

    6. Describe a time when you (or someone you know) were the victim of a crime?

    When I was in high school, I actually have been a victim of crime on online. I did not succeed in ticketing the musical I wanted to see, so I decided to get it through a online secondhad market. It was very famous musical so many people were trying to get the ticket on that site. I contacted the person who said he want to transfer the ticket on original price. However after he get the money I sent, the contact was blocked. I notified to the police right after I realized that I wad victimized and finally the suspect was caught. He had tried similar crime on several other people so the police said it wad easy to catch him. After that happening, I never make a deal online.

  16. nabi07 permalink
    November 24, 2014 3:42 pm

    . Describe a time when you (or someone you know) were the victim of a crime?

    When I was child, my parents and I used to eat dinner outside every Saturday.One weekend as our costume we went to eat dinner and after that to the supermarket. Maybe we were outside around two hours. When we came back to our house everything was a disaster, a lot of our things were in the floor and one of the windows was broke. The thief ransacked a lot of things from my house. My father was the first one to enter to the house and checked if nobody was inside of our house. I remember that i took a dirty knife from the sink and because of the fear i slept with that knife under my bed for three nights.

  17. ronnie permalink
    November 24, 2014 6:19 pm

    1. Is crime a serious problem in your community?
    Yes, it will be give bad effects to our community. For example, rape, it is very dangerous crime, create horribel atmosphere. When jack the ripper murder women, create horrible mood and many women doesn’t going out without home and also many people fear at jack the ripper. For me, when the rape or organ dealing occur, I am afraid at going out and getting around in midnight. It is wrong that we have afraid feeling at criminals. In addition when occur crime in one district, many people doesn’t entrance that area, and it can occur economic recession.

  18. November 24, 2014 6:52 pm

    2. What is one of the root causes of crime?
    Over the last fifty years, almost every country in Asia has experienced an enormous increase in crime rates. Neighborhoods that once were safe at night have become dangerous during the day. Random acts of violence, once almost unknown, have become common.
    In my opinion, the main cause of crime is the poor married life. Almost every person form their character during the childhood. Therefore, the ways how and what parents do are the most important things that effects on their child, because children always learn what their parents do, for example, if parents always fighting infront of their child, it will really influence the child sentiment. So most people who had exposed to this environment, the rates of crimes gets high than others.
    As the result, good parents behavior is the way to prevent the crimes.

    • sh1004 permalink
      November 24, 2014 9:42 pm

      I looked what a criminal said a few month ago. He said, if my surrounding people talked warm words to me, I might not commit an offence. Therefore, I also agree that children always learn what their parents do. However, I think, not only parents but surrounding people like teacher and neighbor are important to children.

  19. sh1004 permalink
    November 24, 2014 9:31 pm

    6. Describe a time when you (or someone you know) were the victim of a crime?

    Before 3 years, crime was brought in my high school. At that time, things started going missing among my high school friends. As first, I thought, it was just a simple incident, but this incidents occurred a lot of students including me. While I ate dinner at school cafeteria, I lost my mp3 player that was presented my older sister. After that, my friends said, ‘we caught criminal!’, how did they know it? They needed another locker, so they opened the lowest locker that nobody used it. And then, they found the things which some students lost and got to know criminal. The criminal was my friend who was good at study and nice. All people was surprised because we didn’t know that she did it, so she went to another school. The reason why she committed a crime is that she had a lot of stress by her parents, so she resolved stress by stealing. I understood her stress because most students were suppressed by parents for studying. However, I thought, stress reliever that she selected was very wrong.

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