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2. what is the definition of moral regulation?

  • when people lose all values and do not consider morals
  • social processes that keep people actions and desires in check
  • when people do not abide to the law
  • social processes that do not keep peoples actions and desires in check

3. interpretivists argue that suicice statistics are ?

  • they are valid, they show a true picture of reality
  • invalid and unreliable as different coroners reach different verdicts on the same thing
  • they are highly relibale because only coroners interpret them
  • they are the best way to decide if a death was suicide

4. according to Durkheim what two social forces are linked to suicide?

  • social integration & moral regulation
  • social isolation & social integration
  • moral panic & folk devils
  • social integration & socialisation agencies

5. who supports durkheim and douglas's ideas but expands on them?

  • Atkinson
  • Taylor
  • Willmott
  • Marx


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