1.Define the trait theory. Why is this theory difficult to define since traits are individualized especially as personality traits relate to crimes?2.Recall the origin of the theory of rational choice and explain how it relates to criminal choices. 3 .A burglar has been trained by his father and grandfather to carry on the family tradition of burglary. Since he was a child, both men have assured him that burglary is a victimless crime because the insurance company replaces the stolen items, and the home or business owner is, therefore, not harmed because they receive a new item to replace the older model. How does the social structure theory apply to this scenario? What other criminology theories apply? Explain. 4. Define life course theory and compare it to the propensity and trajectory theories. Give one example or more. (75words)5. Define instrumental and structural theories as part of the institution of socialization. Explain why theorists continue a debate of rich versus poor families and individuals with respect to laws and punishment. 6. There are several institutions of socialization that influence the social process in one’s life. Choose three, and describe how each institution relates to social process theory and why those three can be an important influence in one’s life.