Upbringing 1.2 Learning from Others Sutherland, Theory of Differential Association

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  • Upbringing 1.2 Learning from Others Sutherland, Theory of Differential Association
    • 1. Criminal Behaviour is Learned
    • 2. Criminal Behaviour is Learned through Communication
    • 3. Criminal Behaviour is learnt within intimate personal groups
    • 4. Learning of Criminal Behaviour includes the techniques of committing crime
    • 5. Motives and drives are learnt from definitions of legal codes
    • 6. Individuals turn to criminal behaviour because of exposure to criminal behaviour
    • 7. Number of contacts with criminals over non-criminals, may vary in frequency
    • 8. Learning criminal behaviour is the same as learning other behaviours
    • 9. Criminal Behaviour is an expression of general need, but so is non-criminal behaviour

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