Neo-Marxism and Crime

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Who published the book 'The New Criminology'
Taylor et al
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Another term for Neo-marxism
Radical criminology
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A theory that has macro and micro influences
structuration theory
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The view that Neo-Marxists take that means 'individual free will'
voluntaristic
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Neo-marxists are influenced by this micro theory
Labelling
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Neo-marxists are influenced by this macro theory
Traditional Marxism
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The number of different aspects for a complete theory of deviance
six
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The first and fifth aspects of the Neo-Marxist explanation are based on what?
wider origins
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The second and fourth of the Neo-Marxist explanation are based on what?
immediate origins
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What is the third aspect of the Neo-Marxist explanation of deviancy?
The act
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As a result of the first 5 aspects of the Neo-Marxist explanation of deviancy, what is the sixth aspect?
Deviancy Amplification
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Who argues that Neo-Marxists are too general to explain and too idealistic to be useful in tackling crime?
Hopkins Burke
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