Therefore, while the former interaction is intensely intimate, the latter often remains impersonal with no personal feelings being exchanged between individuals. A person’s attachment to the community, within which one lives, is sometimes determined by how this community treats him or her. If the community treats an individual well, then it is highly likely that this person will become so attached to it that he or she would not even consider committing a crime within it. On the other hand, if an individual is badly treated, then this person is more likely to commit crimes within the community. This is because the strong bonds, which would have made such a person value the community, would not be present. In addition, some communities condone and even encourage crime within them. Such communities are usually mostly made up of criminals, who see no remorse when they commit crimes. If a person develops a bond with such a community, then it is extremely likely that he or she will get involved in crime and deviant activities. Such a person would be influenced, by the community, itself to commit crimes within and outside of it. Therefore, some individuals end up committing crimes within their own communities as an act of rebellion because they do not identify with them. This often happens in cases where a community is decidedly strict on matters concerning crime. An individual, to show just how much he or she does not care what the community thinks of them tend to resort to committing a crime.