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< previous page page_212 next page > Page 212 been used to secure robberies from "rich people". Such wealth distinction is often used to justify acts of theft. During the study, the Inner London Education Authority was approached and asked whether it was possible that discussions could be held in schools with the children. This request was rejected. The following points were revealed through less direct means. School children offered three main reasons that explained from their viewpoint why knives are frequently carried: it was fashionable, knives are available, and, in our interpretation, it accorded with a certain mythology. Schools attempt to deal with this difficulty by day, confiscating weapons when found and punishing by suspending children and informing their parents. The School Curriculum Development Committee has been considering promoting relevant rules in the school, with the hope of engendering social responsibility.
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The magistracy consider themselves to be well balanced
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2011 for the course MGT 03 taught by Professor Kasra during the Spring '11 term at Tanta University.

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