South and the Drug Trade

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Who is the sociologist who refers to the drug trade?
South
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What does south argue about a previous theory? Sociologists?
He argues that coward and ohlin draw the boundaries too sharply between different types of subcultures
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Overall what does south argue about Cloward and Ohlin?
That they are too simplistic and over deterministic
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What was there a mixture of in the drug trade?
Disorganised crime like the conflict subculture and mafia style crime like criminal subcultures.
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What happens to the subcultures then?
They merge and cross together
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There are not simply 3 subcultures there are...?
Many subcultures
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What could the fact that there are many subcultures question?
The organic solidarity and value consensus concepts.
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