2) Analyze your selected crime from the vantage point of the following three paradigms: Classical, positivist, and critical. How would each perspective explain your crime, and how would they suggest addressing it? 3) Of the three paradigms, which do you think provides the best explanation of your crime? Explain your answer. 4) Finally, design a comprehensive plan for reducing crime from your selected paradigm. Be sure to apply specific theories and theoretical concepts in your design. For example, if you select the classical perspective, you might apply routine activities theory, situational crime prevention, and/or broken windows, and so on.