Crime and Deviance

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Clues

  • Breaking the rules, made into law (5)
  • hans eysenck and john bowlby support this (13, 6)
  • Not breaking law, however something most people disapprove of in society (8)
  • Theory is supported by stan cohen and howard becker (9, 6)
  • This theory is supported by lombroso (10, 6)
  • when an individual behaves in a manner which differs from the wider norms and values of society (10)

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