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Sociological Perspective on Crime Causation

Discuss the four major diverse assumptions of crime causation from the sociological perspective and what leads a person to commit a crime.

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Crime causation is an unanswered question in society, yet many criminologists believe they hold the answer to it. Just as any other theory, there are facts and assumptions. Facts drawn from crime often consist of reported crimes (type, gender, race, etc.) that establish formal studies and data. What actually leads a person to commit a crime is the unanswered aspect from the sociological perspective. Below we'll discuss the four major diverse assumptions of crime causation from the sociological perspective.

The first assumption is that social groups, institutions, arrangements of society, and social roles provide the proper focus for criminology study. The assumption stands in the sense that it depends on the type of study one is ...

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Crime causation is an unanswered question in society, yet many criminologists believe they hold the answer to it. Just as any other theory, there are facts and assumptions. Facts drawn from crime often consist of reported crimes (type, gender, race, etc.) that establish formal studies and data. What actually leads a person to commit a crime is the unanswered aspect from the sociological perspective. Below we'll discuss the four major diverse assumptions of crime causation from the sociological perspective.

440 word essay with reference.

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