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Outline and explain two advantages of choosing overt participant observation as a source of data compared with covert participant observation (10)

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Outline and explain two arguments against the view that sociology is a science (10)

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Applying material from Item A, analyse two reasons why situational crime prevention strategies may not be effective in reducing crime (10)

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Right Realist Criminology

By the end of the 1970s Marxist and Interactionist approaches to crime were beginning to lose their popularity in criminology. The basic problem was that these approaches weren’t that useful in actually helping to control or reduce crime – knowing … Continue reading

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