1. In Hartley’s Chapter 5, Reading 9: “Public Support for Getting Tough on Corporate Crime,” how was the sample that those researchers studied obtained? Whom did they study? Do you think this is a representative sample? What did the researchers do to make it more representative? (You may find the article through the Lamar library online journal. The reference is “Unnever, J. D., Benson, M. L., & Cullen, F. T. (2008). Public support for getting tough on corporate crime: Racial and Political divides. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 45(2), 163-190.”) 2. In what condition multistage (a study is situated to achieve its purposes), the sampling procedure is appropriate, and can be the best method to have a representative sample? Please use Reading 10 (Hartley, p. 143-154) research as an example to explain it. (You may find the article through the Lamar library online journal. The reference is “Wilcox, P., Skubak Tillyer, M., & Fisher, B. (2009). Gendered opportunity? School-based adolescent victimization. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 46, 245-269.”) 3. Why do some researchers have to use snowball sampling? Is this method justifiable under certain circumstances? Please explain as you are trying to teach us.