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Module 2536 Crime and Deviance Specification Area(s): Defining crime and deviance, their social construction and relativity You will need: Kirby et al (“Sociology in Perspective”) p. 311 -318 Total Marks: 25 1. Summarise Durkheim’s analysis of suicide (2 marks) 2. Summarise the Interactionist critique of Durkheim’s analysis (2) 3. Identity and explain Hester and Eglin’s belief that “it is a mistake for Sociology to set out to solve the problems of society” (3) 4. Define “correctional criminology” (2) 5. In your own words, identity Matza’s five components of correctional criminology (2) 6. What, for Marxist sociologists, are the key factors in understanding
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Unformatted text preview: crime and deviance? (2) 7. Using an example to illustrate each, explain the key factors identified by Marxist sociologists of crime and deviance (4) 8. What, for Interactionist sociologists, is the key factor in understanding crime and deviance? (2) 9. Using an example to illustrate your answer, explain the key factor identified by Interactionist sociologists of crime and deviance (2) 10. How do sociological explanations of crime and deviance (for example, Marxist and Interactionist ideas) differ from explanations offered by “correctional criminology”? (4) Power and Control www.sociology.org.uk...
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