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  • Suggest how biological psychologists might explain the high levels of crime in Rosario

  • Suggest how Sutherland’s differential association theory can be used to explain crime in Rosario

  • By considering strengths and limitations of each, explain which approach best explains crime in Rosario

  • One common criticism of biological theories of crime is that they are heavily deterministic. Explain what this means, and suggest why this is a criticism

  • To what extent do the actions of Santa Fe’s governor, Maximiliano Pullaro, illustrate the aims of custodial sentencing?

  • The government say that they have increasing funding for social programmes in the area. Using differential association theory, suggest how this might reduce crime in the long-run

Danny Galbraith, St Bartholomew’s School

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