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NB: Criteria on the grids are guides to strengths and weaknesses. They are not equally weighted nor weighted the same for each piece of work. Assessors may judge other aspects such as innovation, effort and flair. Marks are provisional only and subject to confirmation by the External Examiners. Specific comments are only provided in exceptional […]

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The major contributions of psychological theories

  A study by Rutter (1981) proposed that the stability of the relationship between the child and mother is more important than the absence of the mother. We can conclude from the majority of studies that the absence of a mother figure for a child is not significant in envisaging criminal behaviour. (Hopkins Burke, 2001). […]

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Compare and Contrast Two Sociological Theories to Crime and Deviance

Sociological perspectives on society are divided into two areas; Structural and Action Theories. Both these theories aim to describe how society is structured, and what contributes to that make up. This document will look at the structural theories in relation to crime. It aims to show how two sociological theories can be used to analyse […]

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Identify the Biological and Psychological explanations on crime

Biological explanations for crime see deviance in terms of the biological make-up of individuals whereas Psychological explanations maintain that the causes of deviance lie within a faulty mind. This essay will examine both theories. Causes of criminal behaviour are most prominently explained in Freud’s psychoanalytic theory, which suggests that an individual’s well-being is dependent on […]

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The crimes Richard

So Richard blackmails them and they are unable to go to the king, as they are likely to be killed for the crimes Richard will remind the king of. Richard recognizes the tension and instability in the court and only has to say a few well-placed words and then sit back and watch the court tear […]

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Real crime

Thirdly, Gerald is also partly responsible for Eva’s death because he rejected her. Gerald first met Daisy in a bar at the theatre. He saw Alderman Meggarty harassing her and went to her rescue. He took her for a drink and a meal because he pitied her and he learnt she was desperate and so […]

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The constituent of time to us

In Act one the family are celebrating the happy engagement party, which is about to take place by having a dinner party. The evening is then interrupted by the arrival of a police inspector named Goole, making enquiries of a young woman who has committed a suicide. When Mr. Birling is shown the photograph, he […]

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Killings by Andre Dubus

Matt is under a lot of pressure to kill Richard. He is very angry and is going to kill Richard, but he does not really want to do it. He has planned everything in order to kill him, and Willis is helping him to get it done. When Matt goes out with Willis to get […]

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Knife Crime

Dear Editor, I am a teenage girl from Killage, County Armagh. I have become very concerned about the increase rise in youth crime especially knife crime. Knife crime is a problem both in Armagh, Northern Ireland and the British Isles. In my own town there has been an increase in youth drinking and anti – […]

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Arthur Conan Doyle

In “The Adventure Of The Engineer’s Thumb”, Arthur Conan Doyle gets across the serious nature of forgery by the fact that one engineer has gone missing, “Lost on the 9th inst., Mr. Jeremiah Hayling, aged 26, a hydraulic engineer. Left his lodgings at ten o’clock at night, and has not been heard of since”, and […]

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