Strain theories state that certain strains or stressors increase the likelihood of crime. These strains lead to negative emotions, such as frustration and anger. These emotions create pressure for corrective action, and crime is one possible response. Crime may be used to reduce or escape from strain, seek revenge against the source of strain or related targets, or alleviate negative emotions. For example, individuals experiencing chronic unemployment may engage in theft or drug selling to obtain money, seek revenge against the person who fired them, or take illicit drugs in an effort to feel better. The major versions of strain theory describe 1) the particular strains most likely to lead to crime, 2) why strains increase crime, and 3) the factors that lead a person to or dissuade a person from responding to strains with crime. We are just coming out of the holiday season…There is always a statistical increase in bank robberies during this time. A bank robbery is probably one of the most likely crimes where a suspect is caught, but the strain of not having gifts for family members causes advanced stressors and reduces rationally. Let’s discuss some of the events and criminal behavior(s) we observed in 2020 and how it looks at Strain Theory. A general strain theory was proposed by Robert Agnew. In this theory, he proposed that strain did not arise when people had a failure to meet the American Dream, but that everyone, in every social class, had frustrations in his or her daily life.Most strain theorists listed failure to achieve goals as a major strain precipitator. Agnew had identified two additional sources of strain: presentation of noxious stimuli and removal of positively valued stimuli. Examples of presentation of noxious stimuli would be an abusive parent, an overly critical instructor, and an overly demanding employer. Examples of the removal of positively valued stimuli would be losing a job, getting a divorce, and filing for bankruptcy.Primary Task Response: Within the Discussion Board area, write 200-300 words that respond to the following questions with your thoughts, ideas, and comments. This will be the foundation for future discussions by your classmates. Be substantive and clear, and use examples to reinforce your ideas.Create a scenario that would fall under the strain theory.In the scenario, provide an explanation of each of the following:The loss of the major goalThe presentation of the noxious stimuliThe removal of the positively valued stimuliWhen you have these 3 inputs of strain in your scenario, address the following:How would the person in the scenario react with criminal behavior or behavior that would not be acceptable to society? Explain.How could cognitive restructuring be used to prevent the person from partaking in criminal behavior? Explain.